QCPU(A mode) CPU Module User`s Manual (Hardware)

QCPU(A mode) CPU Module User`s Manual (Hardware)
QCPU(A mode)
CPU Module
User's Manual
(Hardware)
Q02CPU-A
Q02HCPU-A
Q06HCPU-A
Thank you for purchasing the Mitsubishi Electric programmable
controller MELSEC-Q series.
Prior to use, please read this and relevant manuals thoroughly to
fully understand the product.
MODEL QCPU-A(A)-U-H/W-E
MODEL
13JR04
CODE
IB(NA)-0800084-N(1612)MEE
© 1999 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
(Read these precautions before using this product.)
Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals
carefully and pay full attention to safety to handle the product correctly.
In this manual, the safety precautions are classified into two levels:
"
WARNING" and "
CAUTION".
WARNING
Indicates that incorrect handling may cause
hazardous conditions, resulting in death or severe
injury.
CAUTION
Indicates that incorrect handling may cause
hazardous conditions, resulting in minor or moderate
injury or property damage.
Under some circumstances, failure to observe the precautions given under
"
CAUTION" may lead to serious consequences.
Observe the precautions of both levels because they are important for personal
and system safety.
Make sure that the end users read this manual and then keep the manual in a safe
place for future reference.
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[DESIGN PRECAUTIONS]
WARNING
● Configure safety circuits external to the programmable controller to ensure
that the entire system operates safely even when a fault occurs in the external
power supply or the programmable controller. Failure to do so may result in an
accident due to an incorrect output or malfunction.
(1) Configure external safety circuits, such as an emergency stop circuit,
protection circuit, and protective interlock circuit for forward/reverse
operation or upper/lower limit positioning.
(2) When the programmable controller detects the following error conditions,
it stops the operation and turn off all the outputs.
• Overcurrent or overvoltage protection of the power supply module is
activated.
• The CPU module detects an error such as a watchdog timer error by
the self-diagnostics function.
All outputs may turn on when an error occurs in the part, such as I/O
control part, where the CPU module cannot detect any error. To
ensure safety operation in such a case, provide a safety mechanism
or a fail-safe circuit external to the programmable controller. For a failsafe circuit example, refer to Chapter 4 LOADING AND
INSTALLATION in this manual.
(3) Outputs may remain on or off due to a failure of an output module relay or
transistor. Configure an external circuit for monitoring output signals that
could cause a serious accident.
● In an output module, when a load current exceeding the rated current or an
overcurrent caused by a load short-circuit flows for a long time, it may cause
smoke and fire. To prevent this, configure an external safety circuit, such as a
fuse.
● Configure a circuit so that the programmable controller is turned on first and
then the external power supply. If the external power supply is turned on first,
an accident may occur due to an incorrect output or malfunction.
● For the operating status of each station after a communication failure, refer to
relevant manuals for the network.
Incorrect output or malfunction due to a communication failure may result in
an accident.
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[DESIGN PRECAUTIONS]
WARNING
● When controlling a running programmable controller from a peripheral
connected to the CPU module or from a personal computer connected to a
special function module, configure an interlock circuit in the sequence
program to ensure that the entire system will always operate safely.
For program modification and operating status change, read relevant manuals
carefully and ensure the safety before operation.
Especially, in the case of a control from an external device to a remote
programmable controller, immediate action cannot be taken for a problem on
the programmable controller due to a communication failure.
To prevent this, configure an interlock circuit in the sequence program, and
determine corrective actions to be taken between the external device and
CPU module in case of a communication failure.
● When setting up the system, do not allow any empty slot on the base unit.
If any slot is left empty, be sure to use a blank cover (A1SG60) or a dummy
module (A1SG62) for it.
Otherwise, internal parts of the module may be flied in the short circuit test or
when an overcurrent or overvoltage is accidentally applied to the external I/O
section.
CAUTION
● Do not install the control lines or communication cables together with the main
circuit lines or power cables.
Keep a distance of 100mm (3.9inches) or more between them.
Failure to do so may result in malfunction due to noise.
● When a device such as a lamp, heater, or solenoid valve is controlled through
an output module, a large current (approximately ten times greater than
normal) may flow when the output is turned from off to on. Take measures
such as replacing the module with one having a sufficient current rating.
● After the CPU module is powered on or is reset, the time taken to enter the
RUN status varies depending on the system configuration, parameter
settings, and/or program size.
Design circuits so that the entire system will always operate safely, regardless
of the time.
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[INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS]
CAUTION
● Use the programmable controller under the environment that meets the
general specifications in this manual.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock, fire, malfunction, or damage to or
deterioration of the product.
● To mount the CPU module, while pressing the module mounting lever located
in the lower part of the module, fully insert the module fixing projection(s) into
the hole(s) in the base unit and press the module until it snaps into place.
Incorrect mounting may cause malfunction, failure or a drop of the module.
When using the programmable controller in an environment of frequent
vibrations, fix the module with the screw.
Tighten the screw within the specified torque range.
Undertightening can cause drop of the screw, short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can damage the screw and/or module, resulting in drop, short
circuit, or malfunction.
● Insert securely the module fixing projection at the bottom of the AnS series
module into the fixing hole in the base unit and then tighten the module fixing
screw within the specified torque.
When no screw is tightened, even if the module is installed correctly, it may
cause malfunctions, a failure or a drop of the module.
Tightening the screw excessively may damage the screw and/or the module,
resulting in a drop of the module, a short circuit or malfunctions.
● When using an extension cable, connect it to the extension cable connector of
the base unit securely.
Check the connection for looseness.
Poor contact may cause incorrect input or output.
● When using a memory card, fully insert it into the memory card slot.
Check that it is inserted completely.
Poor contact may cause malfunction.
● Shut off the external power supply for the system in all phases before
mounting or removing the module.
Failure to do so may result in damage to the product.
● Do not directly touch any conductive part of the module.
Doing so can cause malfunction or a failure of the module.
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[WIRING PRECAUTIONS]
WARNING
● Shut off the external power supply for the system in all phases before wiring.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock or damage to the product.
● After wiring, attach the included terminal cover to the module before turning it
on for operation.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock.
CAUTION
● Ground the FG and LG terminals to the protective ground conductor
dedicated to the programmable controller.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock or malfunction.
● Use applicable solderless terminals and tighten them with the specified torque
range. If any solderless terminal is used, it may be disconnected when the
terminal screw comes loose, resulting in failure.
● Check the rated voltage and terminal layout before wiring to the module, and
connect the cables correctly.
Connecting a power supply with a different voltage rating or incorrect wiring
may cause a fire or failure.
● Do not connect multiple power supply modules to one module in parallel. The
power supply modules may be heated, resulting in a fire or failure.
● Connectors for external connection must be crimped or pressed with the tool
specified by the manufacturer, or must be correctly soldered.
Incomplete connections could result in short circuit, fire or malfunction.
● Tighten the terminal screws within the specified torque range.
Undertightening can cause short circuit, fire, or malfunction.
Overtightening can damage the screw and/or module, resulting in drop, short
circuit, or malfunction.
● Prevent foreign matter such as dust or wire chips from entering the module.
Such foreign matter can cause a fire, failure or malfunction.
● A protective film is attached to the top of the module to prevent foreign matter,
such as wire chips, from entering during wiring.
Do not remove the film during wiring.
Remove it for heat dissipation before system operation.
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[WIRING PRECAUTIONS]
CAUTION
● Mitsubishi programmable controllers must be installed in control panels.
Connect the main power supply to the power supply module in the control
panel through a relay terminal block.
Wiring and replacement of a power supply module must be performed by
maintenance personnel who is familiar with protection against electric shock.
(For the wiring methods, refer to QCPU (A mode) User's Manual.)
[STARTUP AND MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS]
WARNING
● Do not touch any terminal while power is on.
Doing so will cause electric shock.
● Correctly connect the battery connector. Do not charge, disassemble, heat,
short-circuit, solder, or throw the battery into the fire.
Doing so will cause the battery to produce heat, explode, or ignite, resulting in
injury and fire.
● Shut off the external power supply for the system in all phases before cleaning
the module or retightening the terminal screws or module fixing screws.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock.
Undertightening the terminal screws can cause short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can damage the screw and/or module, resulting in drop, short
circuit, or malfunction.
CAUTION
● Before performing online operations (especially, program modification, forced
output and operating status change) for the running CPU module from the
peripheral connected, read relevant manuals carefully and ensure the safety.
Improper operation may damage machines or cause accidents.
● Do not disassemble or modify the modules.
Doing so may cause failure, malfunction, injury, or a fire.
● Use any radio communication device such as a cellular phone or PHS
(Personal Handy-phone System) more than 25cm (9.84inches) away in all
directions from the programmable controller.
Failure to do so may cause malfunction.
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[STARTUP AND MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS]
CAUTION
● Shut off the external power supply for the system in all phases before
mounting or removing the module. Failure to do so may cause the module to
fail or malfunction.
● After the first use of the product, do not mount/remove the module to/from the
base unit, and the terminal block to/from the module more than 50 times (IEC
61131-2 compliant) respectively.
Exceeding the limit of 50 times may cause malfunction.
● Do not drop or apply any shock to the battery to be installed in the module.
Doing so may damage the battery, causing the battery fluid to leak inside the
battery. If the battery is dropped or any shock is applied to it, dispose of it
without using.
● Before handling the module, touch a grounded metal object to discharge the
static electricity from the human body.
Failure to do so may cause the module to fail or malfunction.
[DISPOSAL PRECAUTIONS]
CAUTION
● When disposing of the product, treat it as an industrial waste.
When disposing of batteries, separate them from other wastes according to
the local regulations.
(For details of the Battery Directive in EU member states, refer to QCPU-A (A
mode) User's Manual.)
[TRANSPORTATION PRECAUTIONS]
CAUTION
● When transporting lithium batteries, follow the transportation regulations. (For
details of the regulated models, refer to Chapter 7.)
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PRÉCAUTIONS DE SÉCURITÉ
(Lire ces précautions avant toute utilisation du produit.)
Avant d'utiliser ce produit, lire attentivement ce manuel ainsi que les manuels
auxquels il renvoie, et toujours considérer la sécurité comme de la plus haute
importance en manipulant le produit correctement.
Dans ce manuel, les précautions de sécurité sont classées en deux niveaux, à
savoir : "
AVERTISSEMENT" et "
ATTENTION".
AVERTISSEMENT
ATTENTION
Attire l'attention sur le fait qu'une négligence peut
créer une situation de danger avec risque de mort
ou de blessures graves.
Attire l'attention sur le fait qu'une négligence peut
créer une situation de danger avec risque de
blessures légères ou de gravité moyennes ou
risque de dégâts matériels.
Dans certaines circonstances, le non-respect d'une précaution de sécurité
introduite sous le titre "
ATTENTION" peut avoir des conséquences graves.
Les précautions de ces deux niveaux doivent être observées dans leur intégralité
car elles ont trait à la sécurité des personnes et aussi du système.
Veiller à ce que les utilisateurs finaux lisent ce manuel qui doit être conservé
soigneusement à portée de main pour s'y référer autant que de besoin.
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[Précautions lors de la conception]
AVERTISSEMENT
● Configurer des circuits de sécurité extérieurs à l'automate programmable pour
garantir la sécurité du système dans son ensemble à la survenance d'une
anomalie dans l'alimentation externe comme dans l'automate programmable.
Faute de quoi, une instruction de sortie incorrecte ou un dysfonctionnement
pourrait être à l'origine d'un accident.
(1) Configurer des circuits de sécurité externes, comme un circuit d'arrêt
d'urgence, un circuit de protection et les circuits de verrouillage de
sécurité pour l'opération d'inversion de marche avant/arrière et de
positionnement en limite haute/basse.
(2) Quand l'automate programmable détecte l'un des états d'erreur ci-après, il
interrompt la marche et il désactive les sorties.
• La protection contre surintensité ou surtension du module
d'alimentation a déclenché.
• Le module CPU détecte une erreur, telle qu'une erreur d'horloge de
surveillance détectée par la fonction d'autodiagnostic.
Il se peut toutefois que toutes les sorties restent actives si l'erreur se
produit dans un organe où le module CPU ne peut pas détecter les
erreurs, comme par exemple un organe de commande d'entrée/sortie.
Pour garantir la sécurité en exploitation dans un telle éventualité, il
faut donc prévoir un mécanisme de sécurité ou un circuit de mise en
sécurité à l'extérieur de l'automate programmable. On trouvera un
exemple de circuit de mise en sécurité dans le présent manuel,
chapitre 4 "CHARGEMENT ET INSTALLATION".
(3) Une panne de relais ou de transistor dans un module de sortie pourrait
activer ou interrompre certaines sortie. Configurer un circuit de
surveillance externe pour le suivi des signaux de sortie susceptibles de
provoquer un accident grave.
● Dans un module de sortie, un courant de charge plus fort que le courant
nominal ou une surintensité produite par un court-circuit peuvent, s'ils se
prolongent, être à l'origine d'un dégagement de fumée ou d'un départ de feu.
Pour éviter cela, il faut configurer un circuit de sécurité, avec un fusible par
exemple.
● Configurer le circuit de façon à allumer d'abord l'automate programmable
avant l'alimentation externe. Si on commence par brancher l'alimentation
externe, ceci peut être une cause d'accident en cas de sortie incorrecte ou
autre dysfonctionnement.
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[Précautions lors de la conception]
AVERTISSEMENT
● Quant à l'état opérationnel de chacune des stations en cas de problème de
communication, voir les manuels correspondants pour le réseau.
Une sortie erronée ou un dysfonctionnement suite à une erreur de
communication peuvent être à l'origine d'un accident.
● Si l'automate programmable doit être commandé à partir d'un périphérique
raccordé au module CPU ou à partir d'un ordinateur personnel raccordé à un
module fonctionnel spécial, il faut dans le programme séquentiel constituer un
circuit de verrouillage permettant de garantir en tous temps la sécurité de
l'ensemble du système.
Avant de procéder à des modifications dans le programme ou à des
changements d'état fonctionnel, lire attentivement les manuels
correspondants et s'assurer de pouvoir opérer en toute sécurité.
En particulier, lorsqu'un automate programmable distant est commandé à
partir d'un dispositif externe, il faut tenir compte du fait qu'aucune action
immédiate ne sera possible s'il y a un problème de communication avec
l'automate programmable.
Pour éviter cela, constituer un circuit de verrouillage dans le programme
séquentiel, et prévoir les mesures correctives à prendre entre le dispositif
externe et le module CPU en cas de problème de communication.
● Au montage du système, il ne doit rester aucune fente à carte vide sur l'unité
de base.
S'il reste une fente à carte vide, il est indispensable de la boucher avec un
couvercle d'obturation (A1SG60) ou d'y insérer un module factice (A1SG62).
Sinon, des organes internes du module pourraient être projetés lors d'un
essai de court-circuit, ou si une surintensité ou une surtension est
accidentellement appliquée à une section entrée/sortie.
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[Précautions lors de la conception]
ATTENTION
● Ne pas entremêler les lignes de commandes ou câbles de communication
avec les lignes des circuits principaux ou les câbles d'alimentation.
Maintenir entre eux une distance d'au moins 100mm (3,9pouces).
Faute de quoi, il y a risque de dysfonctionnement par un bruit.
● Lorsque le module de sortie commande un dispositif comme une lampe, un
réchauffeur ou une électrovanne, un fort courant (jusqu'à 10 fois l'intensité
normale) traverse la sortie quand celle-ci passe de OFF à ON. Prendre les
mesures indispensables, comme le remplacement du module par un autre
ayant une capacité de courant suffisante.
● À la mise sous tension ou à la réinitialisation du module CPU, le temps
nécessaire à l'entrée en état RUN dépend de la configuration du système, du
paramétrage et/ou de la taille du programme.
Concevoir les circuits de manière que tout le système fonctionne en sécurité,
indépendamment de ce temps.
[Précautions d’installation]
ATTENTION
● Utiliser l'automate programmable dans un environnement en conformité avec
les spécifications générales que présente ce manuel.
Faute de quoi, il a risque d'électrocution, de départ de feu, de
dysfonctionnement, d'endommagement ou de détérioration du produit.
● Pour fixer le module CPU à sa place, tout en appuyant sur le levier de fixation
qui se trouve à la partie inférieure du module, engager le(s) ergot(s) de
fixation du module à fond dans le(s) trou(s) du socle et appuyer sur le module
jusqu'à encliquètement.
Une fixation incorrecte peut être à l'origine de pannes, de dysfonctionnements
ou d'une chute du module. Si l'automate programmable est installé dans un
environnement exposé aux vibrations, le module doit être immobilisé par une
vis de blocage.
Serrer la vis dans les limites du couples de serrage prescrit.
Si les vis sont insuffisamment serrées, le module risque de tomber et il peut y
avoir des court-circuits ou des dysfonctionnements. Un serrage excessif peut
endommager les vis et/ou le module, avec aussi un risque de chute, de courtcircuits et de dysfonctionnements.
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[Précautions d’installation]
ATTENTION
● Introduire fermement l'ergot de fixation à la base du module de série AnS
dans le trou de fixation du socle, puis serrer la vis de fixation du module au
couple prescrit.
Si on ne serre pas la vis, même si le module a bien pris sa place, il peut y
avoir dysfonctionnement, panne ou même chute du module.
Un serrage excessif pourrait endommager la vis et/ou le module et il y aurait
aussi risque de chute du module, de court-circuit ou de dysfonctionnements.
● Si on utilise un câble de rallonge, le raccorder fermement sur le connecteur
pour câble de rallonge sur l'unité de base.
Vérifier que les connexions ne sont pas desserrées.
Un mauvais contact peut être à l'origine d'une entrée ou sortie erronée.
● Quand on utilise une carte-mémoire, l'insérer bien à fond dans la fente pour
carte-mémoire.
Vérifier que la carte a été poussée bien à fond dans le logement.
Tout mauvais contact peut être source de dysfonctionnements.
● Couper l'alimentation externe du système sur toutes les phases avant la mise
en place ou le retrait du module.
Faute quoi, le produit risquerait d'être endommagé.
● Éviter tout contact direct avec les parties conductrices du module.
Cela pourrait être à l'origine de dysfonctionnements ou d'une panne du
module.
[Pécautions de câblage]
AVERTISSEMENT
● Couper l'alimentation externe du système sur toutes les phases avant de
commencer à câbler.
Faute de quoi, il y a risque d'électrocution et d'endommagement du produit.
● Après câblage, mettre le couvre-bornes fourni en place avant de procéder à la
mise sous tension pour mettre en marche.
Faute de quoi, il y a risque d'électrocution.
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[Pécautions de câblage]
ATTENTION
● Mettre à la masse les bornes FG et LG sur le conducteur réservé à la
protection à la terre de l'automate programmable.
Faute de quoi, il y a risque d'électrocution et de dysfonctionnement.
● Utiliser des bornes sans soudure du type prescrit en les serrant au couple
prescrit. Une borne sans soudure dont la vis se desserre peut être une source
de mauvais contact avec risque de panne.
● Vérifier la tension nominale et l'affectation des bornes avant le câblage du
module et raccorder les câbles correctement.
Le raccordement d'une alimentation d'une tension autre que la tension
nominale ou une erreur de câblage peut être à l'origine d'un départ de feu ou
d'une panne.
● Ne pas raccorder plusieurs modules d'alimentation en parallèle sur un même
module. La surchauffe des modules d'alimentation pourrait entraîner un
départ de feu ou être à l'origine d'une panne.
● Les connecteurs pour connexions externes doivent être sertis ou comprimés
avec l'outil prescrit par le fabricant ou, à défaut, doivent être soudés
correctement.
Une connexion imparfaite peut être à l'origine d'un court-circuit ou d'un départ
de feu, ou entraîner des dysfonctionnements.
● Serrer les vis de borne dans les limites du couple de serrage prescrit.
Si les vis sont insuffisamment serrées, il y a risque de court-circuits, départ de
feu ou dysfonctionnement.
Un serrage excessif peut endommager les vis et/ou le module, avec aussi un
risque de chute, de court-circuits et de dysfonctionnements.
● Veiller à ne pas laisser la poussière, les copeaux métalliques ou d'autres
corps étrangers pénétrer dans le module. Tout corps étranger peut être à
l'origine d'un départ de feu, d'une panne ou d'un dysfonctionnement.
● Le haut du module est recouvert d'un film protecteur pour éviter toute
pénétration de corps étrangers comme des copeaux métalliques pendant le
câblage.
Ne pas retirer le film protecteur avant de terminer le câblage.
Il doit cependant être retiré avant la mise en service du système pour une
meilleure dispersion de la chaleur.
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[Pécautions de câblage]
ATTENTION
● Les automates programmable Mitsubishi doivent être installés en tableau ou
armoire de commande.
Raccorder l'alimentation principale au module d'alimentation dans le tableau
de commande sur une plaque à bornes avec relais.
Le câblage et le remplacement d'un module d'alimentation doivent être
effectués par un personnel d'entretien averti des risques d'électrocution. (À
propos des méthodes de câblage, se reporter au Manuel de l'utilisateur
QCPU (mode A).)
[Précautions de mise en service et de maintenance]
AVERTISSEMENT
● Ne toucher à aucun des bornes quand le système est sous tension.
Il y aurait risque d'électrocution.
● Raccorder correctement le connecteur des piles. Les piles ne doivent pas être
rechargées, démontées, court-circuitées ou soudées. Elles ne doivent pas
non plus être jetées au feu.
Ceci risquerait de faire surchauffer ou éclater les piles qui, si elles
s'enflammaient, pourraient être à l'origine de blessures ou d'un départ de feu.
● Couper l'alimentation du système sur toutes les phases avant le nettoyage du
module ou avant le resserrage des vis de bornes ou des vis de fixation du
module. Faute de quoi, il y a risque d'électrocution.
Un serrage insuffisant des vis de bornes peut être à l'origine d'un court-circuit
ou de dysfonctionnement.
Un serrage excessif peut endommager les vis et/ou le module, avec aussi un
risque de chute, de court-circuits et de dysfonctionnements.
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[Précautions de mise en service et de maintenance]
ATTENTION
● Avant d'effectuer une opération en ligne (en particulier une modification de
programme, une sortie forcée ou un changement d'état fonctionnel) sur un
module CPU en marche à partir d'un périphérique connecté, consulter les
manuels correspondants pour être sûr de pouvoir opérer en toute sécurité.
Une fausse manœuvre pourrait être à l'origine d'un accident ou de dégâts
matériels.
● Ne pas démonter ni modifier les modules.
Cela pourrait entraîner des pannes ou dysfonctionnements et être à l'origine
de blessures ou de départs de feu.
● Tout type d'appareil de communication radio, y compris les téléphones
portables et les appareils PHS (Personal handy-phone system), doit être
tenus éloignés de plus de 25cm (9,84pouces) de l'automate programmable,
dans tous les sens.
Le non-respect de cette précaution expose à des dysfonctionnements.
● Couper l'alimentation externe du système sur toutes les phases avant la mise
en place ou le retrait du module. Le non-respect de cette précaution peut être
à l'origine de pannes ou de dysfonctionnements du module.
● Après la mise en service du produit, le nombre maximum admissible
d'opérations d'insertion/retrait du module sur le socle ou de la plaque à bornes
sur le module est de 50 (matériel selon norme IEC 61131-2).
Dépasser ce nombre maximum de 50 opérations d'insertion/retrait peut être à
l'origine de dysfonctionnements.
● Ne pas faire tomber ou soumettre à de forts chocs les piles à installer dans les
modules.
Cela pourrait endommager les piles, avec risque de fuite du liquide à
l'intérieur des piles. Toute pile qu'on a laissé tomber ou qui a subi un choc
violent doit être jetée avant usage.
● Avant de manipuler un module, se débarrasser de la charge électrostatique
qu'accumule le corps humain en touchant un objet métallique raccordé à la
terre.
Le non-respect de cette précaution peut être à l'origine de pannes ou de
dysfonctionnements du module.
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[Précautions de mise au rebut]
ATTENTION
● Pour le mettre au rebut, ce produit doit être traité comme un déchet industriel.
Les piles ou batteries doivent être mises au rebut séparément des autres
déchets et conformément à la réglementation locale.
(Pour le détail des directives sur les piles et batteries dans les pays de l'Union
Européenne, voir le Manuel de l'utilisateur QCPU-A (mode A).)
[Précautions de transport]
ATTENTION
● Pour le transport des piles au lithium, respecter la réglementation afférente à
ce transport. (Pour le détail des modèles soumis à une réglementation, se
reporter au chapitre 7.)
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CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT
(1) Mitsubishi programmable controller ("the PRODUCT") shall be used in
conditions;
i) where any problem, fault or failure occurring in the PRODUCT, if any,
shall not lead to any major or serious accident; and
ii) where the backup and fail-safe function are systematically or
automatically provided outside of the PRODUCT for the case of any
problem, fault or failure occurring in the PRODUCT.
(2) The PRODUCT has been designed and manufactured for the purpose of
being used in general industries.
MITSUBISHI SHALL HAVE NO RESPONSIBILITY OR LIABILITY
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY AND ALL RESPONSIBILITY
OR LIABILITY BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, TORT, PRODUCT
LIABILITY) FOR ANY INJURY OR DEATH TO PERSONS OR LOSS OR
DAMAGE TO PROPERTY CAUSED BY the PRODUCT THAT ARE
OPERATED OR USED IN APPLICATION NOT INTENDED OR
EXCLUDED BY INSTRUCTIONS, PRECAUTIONS, OR WARNING
CONTAINED IN MITSUBISHI'S USER, INSTRUCTION AND/OR SAFETY
MANUALS, TECHNICAL BULLETINS AND GUIDELINES FOR the
PRODUCT.
("Prohibited Application")
Prohibited Applications include, but not limited to, the use of the PRODUCT
in;
• Nuclear Power Plants and any other power plants operated by Power
companies, and/or any other cases in which the public could be
affected if any problem or fault occurs in the PRODUCT.
• Railway companies or Public service purposes, and/or any other cases
in which establishment of a special quality assurance system is
required by the Purchaser or End User.
• Aircraft or Aerospace, Medical applications, Train equipment, transport
equipment such as Elevator and Escalator, Incineration and Fuel
devices, Vehicles, Manned transportation, Equipment for Recreation
and Amusement, and Safety devices, handling of Nuclear or
Hazardous Materials or Chemicals, Mining and Drilling, and/or other
applications where there is a significant risk of injury to the public or
property.
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Notwithstanding the above, restrictions Mitsubishi may in its sole discretion,
authorize use of the PRODUCT in one or more of the Prohibited
Applications, provided that the usage of the PRODUCT is limited only for
the specific applications agreed to by Mitsubishi and provided further that
no special quality assurance or fail-safe, redundant or other safety features
which exceed the general specifications of the PRODUCTs are required.
For details, please contact the Mitsubishi representative in your region.
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REVISIONS
* The manual number is given on the bottom right of the front cover.
Print Date
*Manual Number
Dec.,1999
IB (NA)-0800084-A
First edition
Revision
Mar.,2000
IB (NA)-0800084-B
Addition of model
QA1S33B
Dec.,2003
IB (NA)-0800084-C
Addition of model
A1SY42P
Addition
Chapter 7
Partial correction
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS,
Section 5.2.1, 5.2.2
Dec.,2004
IB (NA)-0800084-D
Partial correction
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, CONTENTS, Section
2.1, 2.2, Chapter 3,
Section 3.1.3, 3.1.4, 3.1.5, 3.2, 3.2.1, 3.2.2, 3.2.4,
4.1, 4.1.1, 4.1.4, 4.2, 4.3, 4.3.1, 4.3.2, 4.3.3,
Chapter 5,
Chapter 6, Section 6.2, Chapter 7
Jul.,2005
IB (NA)-0800084-E
Addition
USER PRECAUTONS
Partial correction
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS,
Section 2.1, 2.2, 3.1.1, 3.1.3, 3.1.5, 3.2.2, 4.1,
4.2, 4.3.2, 4.5.2, 4.5.3,
Chapter 5, Section 6.2
Oct.,2006
IB (NA)-0800084-F
Partial correction
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS,
Section 2.1, 2.2, 3.1.3, 3.2.4, 3.2.6, 4.1.2, 4.3.1,
4.3.2, 4.3.3, 5.2.1, 5.2.2, 6.2
May,2007
IB (NA)-0800084-G
Partial correction
Section 3.1.1, 3.1.3, 3.2.7, 4.3.2, 4.3.3, 5.1.2,
5.2.1
Addition
Section 3.1.7
Sep.,2008
IB (NA)-0800084-H
Partial correction
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, CONTENTS, USER
PRECAUTONS, Section 2.1, 2.2, 3.1, 3.1.1,
3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.2, 3.2.3, 3.2.4, 3.2.5, 3.2.6, 3.2.7,
4.1, 4.1.1, 4.1.4, 4.2, 4.3.1, 4.3.2, 5.1.1, 5.2.1,
Chapter 6
Sep.,2009
IB (NA)-0800084-I
Partial correction
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, CONTENTS, Chapter
3, Section 4.5.1, 7.1
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* The manual number is given on the bottom right of the front cover.
Print Date
*Manual Number
Revision
Jan., 2011
IB (NA)-0800084-J
Partial correction
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, Section 2.1,
Chapter 3, Section 3.1, 3.1.3, 3.1.4,
3.1.5, 3.1.7, 4.2, 4.3.2, 4.4, 5.1.2, 5.2.2, 5.3.2, 6.2
Addition
CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT,
Section 3.1.8
Aug., 2011
IB (NA)-0800084-K
Partial correction
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, Section 2.1, 2.2, 2.3,
3.1.1, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3.2, 5.1.2, 5.2.2, 5.3.2
Addition
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Chinese)
Oct., 2011
IB (NA)-0800084-L
Partial correction
Section 1.1, 2.3, 4.1.1, 4.1.2
May, 2014
IB (NA)-0800084-M
Partial correction
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, Section 3.1.3, 4.1.1
Dec., 2016
IB(NA)-0800084-N
Partial correction
Section 2.1, 2.2, 4.3.1
Addition
Appendix 1
Japanese Manual Version IB(NA)-0800028-N
This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it
confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any
problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents
noted in this manual.
© 1999 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
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CONTENTS
1. OVERVIEW .................................................................................................... 1
1.1
Supplied Parts....................................................................................... 1
2. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................... 3
2.1
General Specifications .......................................................................... 3
2.2
Performance Specifications of CPU Modules ....................................... 5
2.3
Specifications of Base Units ................................................................. 7
3. EMC DIRECTIVES AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVES............................... 8
3.1 Requirements for Compliance with EMC Directive ............................... 8
3.1.1
Standards applicable to the EMC Directive ................................. 9
3.1.2
Installation inside the control panel ........................................... 11
3.1.3
Cables ....................................................................................... 13
3.1.4
Power supply module ................................................................ 21
3.1.5
Ferrite core ................................................................................ 21
3.1.6
Noise filter (power supply line filter)........................................... 22
3.1.7
Power line for external power supply terminal........................... 23
3.1.8
Installation environment of the CC-Link/LT module and the AS-I
module....................................................................................... 23
3.2 Requirements for Compliance with Low Voltage Directive ................. 24
3.2.1
Standard applied for MELSEC-AnS series programmable
controller.................................................................................... 24
3.2.2
Precautions when using the MELSEC-AnS series programmable
controller.................................................................................... 25
3.2.3
Power supply ............................................................................. 26
3.2.4
Control panel ............................................................................. 26
3.2.5
Module installation..................................................................... 28
3.2.6
External wiring ........................................................................... 28
4. LOADING AND INSTALLATION .................................................................. 29
4.1 Module Installation .............................................................................. 29
4.1.1
Handling instructions ................................................................. 29
4.1.2
Instructions for mounting the base unit...................................... 31
4.1.3
Installation and removal of dustproof cover............................... 34
4.1.4
Installation and removal of modules .......................................... 35
4.1.5
Setting the extension number of the extension base unit.......... 39
4.1.6
Connection and disconnection of extension cable .................... 41
4.2 Fail-Safe Circuit Concept .................................................................... 44
4.3 Wiring.................................................................................................. 48
4.3.1
Power supply module specifications.......................................... 48
4.3.2
The precautions on the wiring ................................................... 51
4.3.3
Connecting to the power supply module .................................. 55
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4.4
Precautions when Connecting the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
............................................................................................................ 56
4.5 Part Names and Settings of the CPU Module..................................... 57
4.5.1
Part names and settings ............................................................ 57
4.5.2
Switch operation after program write ......................................... 60
4.5.3
Latch clear operation ................................................................. 60
4.5.4
Installation and removal of memory card during power-on........ 60
5. SPECIFICATIONS AND CONNECTIONS OF I/O MODULES ..................... 62
5.1 Input modules...................................................................................... 62
5.1.1
Input module specifications ....................................................... 62
5.1.2
Input module connections.......................................................... 66
5.2 Output modules................................................................................... 72
5.2.1
Output module specifications .................................................... 72
5.2.2
Output module connections ....................................................... 78
5.3 Input/output combined modules .......................................................... 88
5.3.1
Input/output combined module specifications............................ 88
5.3.2
Input/output composite module connections ............................. 90
6. ERROR CODES........................................................................................... 92
6.1
Reading the Error Code ...................................................................... 92
6.2
Error Code List .................................................................................... 93
7. TRANSPORTATION PRECAUTIONS ....................................................... 113
7.1
Relevant Models ............................................................................... 113
7.2
Transportation Guidelines ................................................................. 113
APPENDIX...................................................................................................... 114
Appendix 1 Marking and Information Disclosure for the Restriction on Use of
Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products
Required by the New China RoHS......................................... 114
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ABOUT THE MANUALS
The following manuals are related to this product.
Referring to this list, please request the necessary manuals.
Detailed manual
Manual name
Manual Number
(Model code)
QCPU-A (A mode) User's Manual
This manual describes information on the performance,
functions and handling of the QCPU-A (A mode) and on the
specifications and handling of the memory cassettes, power
supply modules and base units.
(Sold separately)
SH-080065
(13JR10)
Related Manuals
Manual Number
(Model code)
Manual name
Type ACPU/QCPU-A (A Mode) Programming Manual
(Fundamentals)
This manual describes programming methods required to create
programs, device names, parameters, types of program,
configuration of the memory area, etc.
(Sold separately)
Type ACPU/QCPU-A (A Mode) Programming Manual
(Common Instructions)
This manual describes how to use the sequence instructions,
basic instructions, application instructions and micro-computer
programs.
(Sold separately)
Type AnSHCPU/AnACPU/AnUCPU/QCPU-A (A Mode)
Programming Manual (Dedicated Instructions)
This manual describes the extended instructions for the
A2ASCPU(S1/30).
(Sold separately)
Type AnACPU/AnUCPU (AD57 control Instructions)
Programming Manual
This manual describes the dedicated instructions used to control
AD57(S1)/ AD58 CRT/LCD control modules with an
A2ASCPU(S1/30).
(Sold separately)
A-30
IB-66249
(13J740)
IB-66250
(13J741)
IB-66251
(13J742)
IB-66257
(13J743)
Manual Number
(Model code)
Manual name
Type AnACPU/AnUCPU/QCPU-A (A mode)
Programming Manual (PID control instructions)
This manual describes the dedicated instructions used to
execute PID control with an A2ASCPU(S1/30).
(Sold separately)
Type MELSAP-II (SFC) Programming Manual
Describes the specifications, functions, instructions, and
programming methods for SFC programming using MELSAP II.
(Sold separately)
AnS Module Type I/O User's Manual
This manual gives the specifications for AnS module type I/O
modules.
(Sold separately)
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IB-66258
(13J744)
IB-66361
(13JF40)
IB-66541
(13JE81)
USER PRECAUTIONS
PRECAUTIONS WHEN USING THE Q SERIES
For a new CPU module, which has never used before, the contents of
built-in RAM and device data are undefined.
Make sure to clear the built-in RAM memory (PC memory all clear) in
the CPU module by peripheral devices and operate latch clear by RUN/
STOP key switches.
PRECAUTIONS FOR BATTERY
(1) The operation after a battery is unmounted and the programmable
controller is stored.
When reoperating after a battery is uncounted and the
programmable controller is stored, the contents of built-in RAM and
device data may be undefined. For this reason, make sure to clear
the built-in RAM memory (PC memory all clear) in the CPU module
by peripheral devices and operate latch clear by RUN/STOP key
switch before start the operation again.
(2) If a battery exceeded its guaranteed life is stored and reoperated.
If a battery exceeded its guaranteed life is stored and reoperated,
the contents of built-in RAM and device data may be undefined. For
this reason, make sure to clear the built-in RAM memory (PC
memory all clear) in the CPU module by peripheral devices and
operate latch clear by RUN/STOP key switches before start the
operation again.
After the built-in RAM clear and latch clear of the CPU module,
write the backed-up memory contents to the CPU module before
saving.
POINT
Make sure to back-up each memory contents before storing the programmable
controller.
* Refer to the following manuals for details of built-in RAM clear
(programmable controller memory all clear) by peripheral devices.
• GX Developer Operating Manual
• A6GPP/A6PHP Operating Manual
• SWSRX/SWNX/SWIVD-GPPA Operating Manual
Refer to Section 4.5.3 for latch clear operation by RUN/STOP key
switch of the CPU module.
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1. OVERVIEW
This user's manual provides the performance specifications, loading
and installation, part names and settings, I/O module specifications and
installation, and error code reading method of the Q02CPU-A,
Q02HCPU-A and Q06HCPU-A (hereinafter referred to as the "QCPUA").
1.1
Supplied Parts
The following tables list the parts packed with the corresponding
modules.
(1)
CPU module
Product Name
Type
Quantity
Q02CPU-A
CPU module
Q02HCPU-A
1
Q06HCPU-A
Battery
Q6BAT
(2)
1
Main base unit for A series modules
Product Name
Type
Quantity
QA1S33B
Main base unit
QA1S35B
1
QA1S38B
Base unit mounting screw
M5 screw
4
Dustproof cover
—————
1
This manual
—————
1
(3)
Extension base unit for A series modules
Product Name
Extension base unit
Base unit mounting screw
Supplementary Description for
QA1S51B Extension Base
Unit
(BCN-P5920)*2
Dustproof cover*2
Type
QA1S51B
QA1S65B
QA1S68B
M5 screw
Quantity
1
3/4*1
—————
—————
*1 Screws as many as the number of mounting holes are supplied.
*2 This document is included only with the QA1S5B.
1
1
(4)
Power supply module
Product Name
Power supply module
Type
A1S61PN
A1S62PN
A1S63P
Quantity
1
2
2. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
2.1
General Specifications
This section provides specifications common to various modules used.
General Specification
Specifications
Item
Ambient
operating
temperature
Température
ambiante de
fonctionnement
Ambient storage
temperature
Ambient
operating
humidity
Ambient storage
humidity
0 to 55 °C
0 à 55 °C
-20 to 75 °C
10 to 90 % RH, No-condensing
Frequency
Vibration
resistance *4
Shock
resistance
Operating
atmosphere
Operating
altitude *3
Installation
location
Overvoltage
category *1
Pollution degree
*2
Equipment class
Compliant
with
JIS B 3502,
and IEC
61131-2
5 to 9Hz
Under
intermittent
9
to 150Hz
vibration
Constant
Half
acceleration amplitude
———
3.5mm
9.8m/s2
———
Sweep
count
10 times
each in
X, Y, Z
directions
Under
5 to 9Hz
———
1.75mm
continuous
———
9 to 150Hz
4.9m/s2
———
vibration
Compliant with JIS B 3502 and IEC 61131-2 (147 m/ s2, 3 times each in
3 directions X, Y, Z)
No corrosive gases
0 to 2000m
Inside a control panel
II or ress
2 or less
Class I
*1 This indicates the section of the power supply to which the equipment is assumed to be
connected between the public electrical power distribution network and the machinery
within premises. Category II applies to equipment for which electrical power is supplied
from fixed facilities. The surge voltage withstand level for up to the rated voltage of 300V is
2500V.
3
*2 This index indicates the degree to which conductive material is generated in terms of the
environment in which the equipment is used. Pollution level 2 is when only non-conductive
pollution occurs. A temporary conductivity caused by condensing must be expected
occasionally.
*3 Do not use or store the programmable controller under pressure higher than the
atmospheric pressure of altitude 0m. Doing so may cause malfunction.
When using the programmable controller under pressure, please consult your local
Mitsubishi Electric representative.
*4 When an A series extension base unit (A52B, A55B, A58B, A62B, A65B, A68B) is used in
the system, the following specifications apply.
Frequency
Acceleration
Amplitude
Under
intermittent
vibration
10 to 57Hz
———
0.075mm
57 to 150Hz
9.8m/s2
———
Under
continuous
vibration
10 to 57Hz
———
0.035mm
57 to 150Hz
4.9m/s2
———
4
Sweep count
10 times each in
X, Y, Z directions
———
2.2
Performance Specifications of CPU Modules
This section gives the performance specifications of the CPU modules.
Remarks
Control system
Performance List
Type
Q02CPU-A Q02HCPU-A Q06HCPU-A
Stored program cyclic operation
I/O control method
Refresh mode
Partial direct I/O
possible
depend-ing on
instruction
Programming language
Language dedicated to sequence control
Relay symbol type and logic symbolic
language, MELSAP-II (SFC)
Item
Processing speed
(sequence instruction)
LD
0.079 µs/
steps
0.034 µs/steps
MOV
0.474 µs/
steps
0.204 µs/steps
Constant scan
Built-in RAM
Memory When using memory
capacity card (RAM)
Built-in ROM
Main sequence
Program program
capacity Sub sequence
program
I/O device points
I/O points
Output mode switching at
STOP  RUN
Self-diagnostics functions
Operation mode at error
occurrence
Starting method at RUN
10 to 190 ms
(can be specified in 10ms increments)
144k bytes
Set to special
register D9020
448k bytes
144k bytes
Max. 30k
steps
Max. 30k
Unavailable
steps
8192 points (X/Y0 to 1FFF)
(Total points available on programs
including remote I/O)
4096 points (X/Y0 to FFF)
(Points can be controlled on basic and
expansion base modules)
Re-output of operation at time of STOP
(default)/output after operation execution
Watchdog error monitor (watchdog timer
fixed to 200ms)
Memory, CPU, I/O, battery and other error
detection
Max. 28k steps
STOP/CONTINUE selection
Initial start
(Automatic restart made when "RUN"
switch of CPU is moved to ON position at
power-on or at power restoration after
power failure)
5
Parameter
setting
Parameter
setting
Parameter
setting
Performance List (Continued)
Item
Latch (power failure
compensation) range
Remote RUN/PAUSE contact
Clock function
Allowable momentary power
interruption time
5VDC internal current
consumption
Weight
External dimensions
Type
Q02CPU-A Q02HCPU-A Q06HCPU-A
Defaults to L1000 to L2047
(Latch range can be set for L, B, T, C, D and
W)
One RUN contact and one PAUSE contact
can be set within the range from X0 to
X1FFF.
Year, month, day, hour, minute, second,
day of week (Automatically recognizes leap
years.)
Accuracy
-3.18 to +5.25s(TYP.+2.12s)/d at 0°C
-3.93 to +5.25s(TYP.+1.90s)/d at 25°C
-14.69 to +3.53s(TYP.-3.67s)/d at 55°C
Remarks
Set range in
parameters
Parameter
setting
Depends on power supply module
0.60A
0.64A
0.64A
0.20kg
0.20kg
0.20kg
98(3.86)(H)×27.4(1.08)(W)×89.3(3.52)(D)
mm(inches)
CAUTION
When using the conventional type peripheral device and GPP function software package,
set the programmable controller type to "Q02(H)-A/Q06H-A".
When the GPP used is incompatible with the "Q02(H)-A/Q06H-A", make the following
setting.
GPPCompatible CPU
"Q02(H)-A/Q06H-A"Incompatible
"A4UCPU"Incompatible
"A3ACPU"Incompatible
Programmable
controller type
A4UCPU
A3ACPU
A3HCPU
Note that the setting of the programmable controller type to "A3ACPU" or "A3HCPU" will
limit the usable ranges of the devices.
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2.3
Specifications of Base Units
(1)
Main Base Unit
Type
Item
Number of I/O modules
accepted
5VDC internal current
consumption
External dimensions
Weight
*
QA1S35B
QA1S38B
3
5
8
0.107A
0.117A(0.086A) *
0.118A(0.086A) *
255(10.04)(W)×
130(5.12)(H)×
51.2(2.02)(D)
mm(inches)
0.57kg
325(12.80)(W)×
130(5.12)(H)×
51.2(2.02)(D)
mm(inches)
0.75kg
430(16.93)(W)×
130(5.12)(H)×
51.2(2.02)(D)
mm(inches)
1.00kg
The parenthesized values are for those products not provided for CE mark.
(2)
Extension Base Unit
Type
Item
Number of I/O modules
accepted
5VDC internal current
consumption
External dimensions
Weight
*
QA1S33B
QA1S51B
QA1S65B
QA1S68B
1
5
8
0.12A
0.117A(0.088A) *
0.118A(0.090A) *
100(3.94)(W)×
130(5.12)(H)×
50.7(2.00)(D)
mm(inches)
0.23kg
315(12.40)(W)×
130(5.12)(H)×
51.2(2.02)(D)
mm(inches)
0.75kg
420(16.54)(W)×
130(5.12)(H)×
51.2(2.02)(D)
mm(inches)
1.00kg
The parenthesized values are for those products not provided for CE mark.
7
3. EMC DIRECTIVES AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVES
The products sold in the European countries have been required by law
to comply with the EMC Directives and Low Voltage Directives of the EU
Directives since 1996 and 1997, respectively.
The manufacturers must confirm by self-declaration that their products
meet the requirements of these directives, and put the CE mark on the
products.
(1)
3.1
Authorized representative in Europe
Authorized representative in Europe is shown below.
Name : MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE B.V.
Address: Mitsubishi-Electric-Platz 1, 40882 Ratingen, Germany
Requirements for Compliance with EMC Directive
The EMC Directives specifies emission and immunity criteria and
requires the products to meet both of them, i.e., not to emit excessive
electromagnetic interference (emission): to be immune to
electromagnetic interference outside (immunity).
Guidelines for complying the machinery including MELSEC-Q series
programmable controller with the EMC Directives are provided in
Section 3.1.1 to 3.1.8 below.
The guidelines are created based on the requirements of the
regulations and relevant standards, however, they do not guarantee that
the machinery constructed according to them will not comply with the
Directives.
Therefore, the manufacturer of the machinery must finally determine
how to make it comply with the EMC Directives: if it is actually compliant
with the EMC Directives.
8
3.1.1
(1)
Standard
EN61131-2:
2007
Standards applicable to the EMC Directive
Regulations regarding emission
Test item
CISPR16-2-3
Radiated emission
*2
Test description
Radio waves from
the product are
measured.
CISPR16-2-1,
Noise from the
CISPR16-1-2
product to the power
Conducted emission
line is measured.
*2
Value specified in standard
• 30M-230MHz
QP: 40dBµV/m (10m in
measurement range) *1
• 230M-1000MHz
QP: 47dBµV/m (10m in
measurement range)
• 150k-500kHz
QP: 79dB, Mean: 66dB *1
• 500k-30MHz
QP: 73dB, Mean: 60dB
*1 QP: Quasi-peak value, Mean: Average value
*2 Programmable controllers are open-type devices (devices designed to be housed inside
other equipment) and must be installed inside a conductive control panel. The
corresponding tests were conducted with the programmable controller installed inside a
control panel.
9
(2)
Standard
Regulations regarding immunity
Test item
EN61000-4-2
Electrostatic
discharge immunity
*1
EN61131-2:
2007
EN61000-4-3
Radiated, radiofrequency,
electromagnetic field
immunity *1
EN61000-4-4
Electrical fast
transient/burst
immunity *1
EN61000-4-5
Surge immunity *1
EN61131-2:
2007
EN61000-4-6
Immunity to
conducted
disturbances,
induced by radiofrequency fields *1
EN61000-4-8
Power-frequency
magnetic field
immunity *1
EN61000-4-11
Voltage dips and
interruption
immunity
Test description
Immunity test in
which electrostatic
is applied to the
cabinet of the
equipment.
Value specified in standard
• 8kV Air discharge
• 4kV Contact discharge
Immunity test in
which electric fields
are irradiated to the
product.
•
•
•
•
Immunity test in
which burst noise is
applied to the power
line and signal line.
• AC/DC main power, I/O power,
AC I/O (unshielded): 2kV
• DC I/O, analog, communication:
1kV
• AC power line, AC I/O power,
AC I/O (unshielded)
: 2kV CM, 1kV DM
• DC power line, DC I/O power
: 0.5kV CM, DM
• DC I/O, AC I/O (shielded),
analog*2, communication: 1kV
CM
Immunity test in
which lightning
surge is applied to
the power line and
signal line.
80% AM modulation@1kHz
80M-1000MHz: 10V/m
1.4G-2.0GHz: 3V/m
2.0G-2.7GHz: 1V/m
Immunity test in
which high
0.15M-80MHz, 80% AM
frequency noise is
modulation@1kHz, 10Vrms
applied to the power
line and signal line
Immunity test in
which the product is
50Hz/60Hz, 30A/m
installed in inductive
magnetic field
Immunity test in
• Apply at 0%, 0.5 cycles and
which power supply
zero-cross point
voltage is
• 0%, 250/300 cycles (50/60Hz)
momentarily
• 40%, 10/12 cycles (50/60Hz)
interrupted
• 70%, 25/30 cycles (50/60Hz)
*1 Programmable controllers are open-type devices (devices designed to be housed inside
other equipment) and must be installed inside a conductive control panel. The
corresponding tests were conducted with the programmable controller installed inside a
control panel.
*2 The accuracy of an analog-digital converter module may temporary vary within
10
10%.
3.1.2
Installation inside the control panel
The programmable controller is open equipment and must be installed
within a control panel for use.* This not only ensures safety but also
ensues effective shielding of programmable controller-generated
electromagnetic noise.
* Also, each network remote station needs to be installed inside the
control panel.
However, the waterproof type remote station can be installed outside
the control panel.
(1)
Control panel
(a) Use a conductive control panel.
(b) When attaching the control panel's top plate or base plate,
mask painting and weld so that good surface contact can be
made between the panel and the bolt.
(c) To ensure good electrical contact with the control panel, mask
the paint on the installation bolts of the inner plate in the control
panel so that contact between surfaces can be ensured over
the widest possible area.
(d) Earth the control panel with a thick wire so that a low
impedance connection to ground can be ensured even at high
frequencies.
(e) Holes made in the control panel must be 10 cm (3.94 in.)
diameter or less. If the holes are 10 cm (3.94 in.) or larger,
radio frequency noise may be emitted.
(2)
Connection of power and earth wires
Earthing and power supply wires for the programmable controller
system must be connected as described below.
(a) Provide an earthing point near the power supply module. Earth
the power supply's LG and FG terminals (LG : Line Ground, FG
: Frame Ground) with the thickest and shortest wire possible.
(The wire length must be 30 cm (11.18 in.) or shorter.) The LG
and FG terminals function is to pass the noise generated in the
programmable controller system to the ground, so an
impedance that is as low as possible must be ensured. As the
wires are used to relieve the noise, the wire itself carries a
large noise content and thus short wiring means that the wire is
prevented from acting as an antenna.
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(b) The earth wire led from the earthing point must be twisted with
the power supply wires. By twisting with the earthing wire,
noise flowing from the power supply wires can be relieved to
the earthing. However, if a filter is installed on the power
supply wires, the wires and the earthing wire may not need to
be twisted.
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3.1.3
Cables
The cables extracted from the control panel contain a high frequency
noise component. On the outside of the control panel, therefore, they
serve as antennas to emit noise. To prevent noise emission, use
shielded cables for the cables which are connected to the I/O modules
and intelligent function modules and may be extracted to the outside of
the control panel.
The use of a shielded cable also increases noise resistance.
The signal lines (including common line) of the programmable
controller, which are connected to I/O modules, intelligent function
modules and/or extension cables, have noise durability in the condition
of grounding their shields by using the shielded cables. If a shielded
cable is not used or not grounded correctly, the noise resistance will not
meet the specified requirements.
(1)
Shield grounding
(a) When grounding the shied, position the grounding point closer
to the module and take care so that the electromagnetic
induction will not occur between the grounded cable and
ungrounded one.
(b) When grounding the shield, strip a part of the outer insulation
layer to expose the shield, and make the shield contact with
the control panel in the largest area as possible. The clamp
fitting as shown below can be used. In this case, however, the
contact area on the panel’s inner surface must be masked
during painting.
Screw
Clamp fitting
Shield section
Paint mask
Shielded cable
Note) The method of earthing by soldering a wire onto the shield section of
the shielded cable as shown below is not recommended. The high
frequency impedance will increase and the shield will be ineffective.
Shielded cable
Wire
Crimp terminal
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(2)
MELSECNET (II) and MELSECNET/10 modules
(a) Use a double-shielded coaxial cable for the MELSECNET
module which uses coaxial cables such as A1SJ71AR21,
A1SJ71LR21 and A1SJ71BR11. Noise in the range of 30 MHz
or higher in radiation noise can be suppressed by the use of
double-shielded coaxial cables (manufactured by MITSUBISHI
CABLE INDUSTRIES, LTD: 5C-2V-CCY). Earth the outer
shield to the ground.
Earth here
Shield
For the shield grounding, refer to item (1).
(b) Make sure to attach a ferrite core to the double-shielded
coaxial cable connected to the MELSECNET module. In
addition, position the ferrite core on each cable near the outlet
of the control panel. The ferrite core manufactured by TDK
Corporation, ZCAT3035-1330, is recommended.
(3)
Ethernet module
Precautions for using AUI cables, twisted pair cables and coaxial
cables are described below.
(a) Always earth the AUI cables*1 connected to the 10BASE5
connectors. Because the AUI cable is of the shielded type,
strip part of the outer cover and earth the exposed shield
section to the ground on the widest contact surface as shown
below.
AUI cable
Shield
Refer to (1) for the earthing of the shield.
*1 Make sure to install a ferrite core for the cable.
The ferrite core manufactured by TDK Corporation, ZCAT20320930, is recommended.
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(b) Use shielded twisted pair cables as the twisted pair cables
connected to the 10BASE-T connectors. For the shielded
twisted pair cables, strip part of the outer cover and earth the
exposed shield section to the ground on the widest contact
surface as shown below.
Shielded twisted pair cables
Shield
Refer to (1) for the earthing of the shield.
(c) Always use double-shielded coaxial cables as the coaxial
cables*2 connected to the 10BASE2 connectors. Earth the
double-shielded coaxial cable by connecting its outer shield to
the ground.
Shield
Earth here
Refer to (1) for the earthing of the shield.
*2 Make sure to install a ferrite core for the cable.
The ferrite core manufactured by TDK Corporation, ZCAT30351330, is recommended.
Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation in the USA.
(4)
I/O and other communication cables
For the I/O signal lines (including common line) and other
communication cables (RS-232, RS-422 etc), if extracted to the
outside of the control panel, also ensure to earth the shield section
of these lines and cables in the same manner as in item (1) above.
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(5)
Positioning Modules
Precautions to be followed when the machinery conforming to the
EMC Directive is configured using the A1SD75P-S3 are
described below.
A1SD75
module
CPU module
Power supply
module
(a) When wiring with a 2 m (6.56 ft.) or less cable
• Ground the shield section of the external wiring cable with
the cable clamp.
(Ground the shield at the closest location to the A1SD75
external wiring connector.)
• Wire the external wiring cable to the drive unit and external
device with the shortest practicable length of cable.
• Install the drive unit in the same panel.
External wiring connector
Cable clamp
External wiring cable (within 2 m (6.56 ft.))
Drive
unit
A1SD75
module
CPU module
Power supply
module
(b) When wiring with cable that exceeds 2 m (6.56 ft.), but is 10 m
(32.81 ft.) or less
• Ground the shield section of the external wiring cable with
the cable clamp.
(Ground the shield at the closest location to the AISD75
external wiring connector.)
• Install a ferrite core.
• Wire the external wiring cable to the drive unit and external
device with the shortest practicable length of cable.
External wiring connector
Ferrite core
Cable clamp
External wiring cable (2 m to 10 m (6.56 ft. to 32.81 ft.))
Drive
unit
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(c) Ferrite core and cable clamp types and required quantities
• Cable clamp
Type : AD75CK (manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric
Corporation)
• Ferrite core
Type : ZCAT3035-1330 (manufactured by TDK
Corporation)
Contact: TDK Corporation
• Required quantity
Cable length
Prepared part
Within 2 m (6.56 ft.)
2 m (6.56 ft.) to 10m
(32.81 ft.)
AD75CK
AD75CK
ZCAT3035-1330
Inside control panel
A1
SD
75
AD75CK
20 to 30cm
(7.87 to 11.81inches)
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1 axis
1
1
1
Required Qty
2 axes
1
1
2
3 axes
1
1
3
(6)
CC-Link Module
(a) Be sure to ground the cable shield that is connected to the CCLink module close to the exit of control panel or to any of the
CC-Link stations within 30 cm (11.8 in.) from the module or
stations.
The CC-Link dedicated cable is a shielded cable. As shown in
the illustration below, remove a portion of the outer covering
and ground as large a surface area of the exposed shield part
as possible.
CC-Link dedicated cable
Shield
(b) Always use the specified CC-Link dedicated cable.
(c) The CC-Link module, the CC-Link stations and the FG line
inside the control panel should be connected at the FG
terminal as shown in the diagram below.
[Simplified diagram]
Terminal resistor
Master module
Remote module
Local module
DA
DA
DA
Terminal resistor
DB
DB
DB
DG
DG
DG
SLD
SLD
SLD
CC-Link
CC-Link
FG
FG
FG
dedicated
dedicated
cable
cable
(d) Each power line connecting to the external power supply
terminal or module power supply terminal must be 30m (98.43
ft) or less.
(e) Install a noise filter to the external power supply. Use a noise
filter with an attenuation characteristic equivalent to that of the
MA1206 (TDK-Lambda Corporation). Note that a noise filter is
not required when the module is used in Zone A defined in
EN61131-2.
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(f) Keep the length of signal cables connected to the analog input
terminals of the following modules to 30m or less.
Wire cables connected to the external power supply and
module power supply terminal in the control panel where the
module is installed.
• AJ65BT-64RD3
• AJ65BT-64RD4
• AJ65BT-68TD
(g) For the cable connected to the power supply terminal of the
AJ65SBT-RPS, AJ65SBT-RPG or AJ65BT-68TD, attach a
ferrite core with an attenuation characteristic equivalent to that
of the ZCAT3035- 1330 from TDK Corporation. Twist the cable
around the ferrite core by one as shown below.
(h) To supply the module power supply terminal of the AJ65BTB216R/16DR, AJ65SBTB2N-8A/8R/8S/16A/16R/16S with power
using the AC/DC power supply, follow as shown below.
• Install the AC/DC power supply in the control panel where
the module is installed.
• Use a CE-marked AC/DC power supply and ground the FG
terminals. (The AC/DC power supply used for the tests
conducted by Mitsubishi: TDK-Lambda Corporation: DLP120-24-1)
• For the cable connected to the AC input terminal and DC
output terminals of the AC/DC power supply, attach a ferrite
core. Twist the cable around the ferrite core by one as
shown below. (Ferrite core used for the tests conducted by
Mitsubishi: NEC TOKIN Corporation: ESD-SR-250)
(7)
CC-Link/LT module
To supply the CL2DA2-B and CL2AD4-B with 24VDC power using
the CL1PAD1, keep the length of the power cable from the
CL1PAD1 to the 24VDC power supply to 30m (98.43ft) or less.
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(8)
Measures against static electricity
When using an insulation displacement connector without
connector cover, a connected cable for the connector is thin in
applicable wire size and coating. Therefore, note that the module
may cause an electric discharge failure.
As measures against the failure, using pressure-displacement type
connector whose applicable wire size is thick or soldering type
connector is recommended.
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3.1.4
Power supply module
The precautions required for each power supply module are described
below. Always observe the items noted as precautions.
Model
A1S61PN, A1S62PN
A1S63P*1
A1SJHCPU(S8)
Precautions*2
Make sure to short the LG and FG terminals with a cable of 6 to 7cm
and ground the cable.
Use the 24VDC panel power equipment conforming to the EU
Directive.
Make sure to short and ground the LG and FG terminals.*2
*1 Filter attachment to the power cable is not required for the A1S63P product with the version
(F) and later. However, use the 24VDC panel power equipment that conforms to the CE.
*2 Make sure to attach two ferrite cores to the power line.
Attach them as close to the power supply module as possible.
Use a ferrite core whose damping characteristic is equivalent to that of the RFC-H13
produced by KITAGAWA INDUSTREIS CO., LTD.
3.1.5
Ferrite core
Use of ferrite cores is effective in reducing the conduction noise in the
band of about 10 MHz and radiated noise in 30 to 100 MHz band.
It is recommended to attach ferrite cores when the shield of the shielded
cable coming out of control panel does not work effectively, or when
emission of the conduction noise from the power line has to be
suppressed.
We tested using ferrite cores from TDK Corporation, ZCAT3035-1330
and ZCAT2032-0930, and RFC-H13 from KITAGAWA INDUSTREIS
CO., LTD.
Make sure to attach a ferrite core to a cable at the position closest to the
outlet of control panel as possible. If attached at an improper position,
the ferrite core will not work effectively.
• Ferrite core
Type
: ZCAT3035-1330, ZCAT2032-0930
Contact : TDK Corporation
Type
: RFC-H13
Contact : KITAGAWA INDUSTREIS CO., LTD
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3.1.6
Noise filter (power supply line filter)
A noise filter is a component which has an effect on conducted noise.
With the exception of some models, it is not required to fit the noise filter
to the power supply line, but fitting it can further suppress noise. (The
noise filter has the effect of reducing conducted noise of 10 M Hz or
less.) Use any of the following noise filters (double  type filters) or
equivalent.
Model name
Manufacturer
Rated current
Rated voltage
FN343-3/01
SCHAFFNER
3A
FN660-6/06
SCHAFFNER
6A
250 V
ZHC2203-11
TDK
3A
The precautions required when installing a noise filter are described
below.
(1)
Do not bundle the wires on the input side and output side of the
noise filter. When bundled, the output side noise will be induced
into the input side wires from which the noise was filtered.
Input side
Input side
(power supply side) (power supply side)
Introduction
Introduction
Filter
Filter
Output side
(device side)
(a) The noise will be included
when the input and output
wires are bundled.
(2)
Output side
(device side)
(b) Separate and lay the input
and output wires.
Earth the noise filter earthing terminal to the control panel with the
shortest wire possible (approx. 10 cm (3.94 in.)).
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3.1.7
Power line for external power supply terminal
Use a CE-marked AC/DC power supply for an external power supply of
the modules, and the power cable length needs to be less than 30m
(98.43 ft.).*1
*1 The power cable length for the A1SJ71E71N-B5 needs to be less than 3m
(9.84 ft.).
Install noise filters to external supply power terminals of the I/O module
and the modules below.
Use noise filters whose damping characteristic is equivalent to that of
the MA1206 produced by TDK Lambda Corporation.
• Analog-digital converter module
• Digital-analog converter module
• Analog I/O module
• Temperature input module
• Temperature control module
• Pulse input module
• High-speed counter module
• Positioning module
3.1.8
Installation environment of the CC-Link/LT module
and the AS-I module
(1)
CC-Link/LT module
Use the module under the environment of Zone A*1.
For the categories of the following products, refer to the manual
came with each product.
• CL1Y4-R1B1
• CL1Y4-R1B2
• CL1XY4-DR1B2
• CL1XY8-DR1B2
• CL1PSU-2A
(2)
AS-i module
Use the module under the environment of Zone A*1.
*1 Zone defines categories according to industrial environment,
specified in the EMC and Low Voltage Directives, EN61131-2.
Zone C: Factory mains (isolated from public mains by
dedicated transformer)
Zone B: Dedicated power distribution, secondary surge
protection (rated voltage: 300V or less)
Zone A: Local power distribution, protected from dedicated
power distribution by AC/DC converter and insulation
transformer (rated voltage: 120V or less)
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3.2
Requirements for Compliance with Low Voltage
Directive
The Low Voltage Directives apply to the electrical equipment operating
from 50 to 1000VAC or 75 to 1500VDC; the manufacturer must ensure
the adequate safety of the equipment.
Guidelines for installation and wiring of MELSEC-AnS series
programmable controller are provided in Section 3.2.1 to 3.2.7 for the
purpose of compliance with the EMC Directives.
The guidelines are created based on the requirements of the
regulations and relevant standards, however, they do not guarantee that
the machinery constructed according to them will comply with the
Directives.
Therefore, the manufacturer of the machinery must finally determine
how to make it comply with the EMC Directives: if it is actually compliant
with the EMC Directives.
3.2.1
Standard applied for MELSEC-AnS series
programmable controller
The standard applied for MELSEC-AnS series programmable controller
is EN61010-1 safety of devices used in measurement rooms, control
rooms, or laboratories.
For the modules which operate with the rated voltage of 50 VAC/75
VDC or above, we have developed new models that conform to the
above standard.
For the modules which operate with the rated voltage under 50 VAC/75
VDC, the conventional models can be used, because they are out of the
low-voltage directive application range.
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3.2.2
Precautions when using the MELSEC-AnS series
programmable controller
Module selection
(1)
Power module
For a power module with rated input voltage of 100/200 VAC,
select a model in which the internal part between the first order and
second order is intensively insulated, because it generates
hazardous voltage (voltage of 42.4 V or more at the peak) area.
For a power module with 24 VDC rated input, a conventional model can
be used.
(2)
I/O module
For I/O module with rated input voltage of 100/200 VAC, select a
model in which the internal area between the first order and
second order is intensively insulated, because it has hazardous
voltage area.
For I/O module with 24 VDC rated input, a conventional model can
be used.
(3)
CPU module, memory card, base unit
Conventional models can be used for these modules, because
they only have a 5 VDC circuit inside.
(4)
Special function module
Conventional models can be used for the special function modules
including analog module, network module, and positioning module,
because the rated voltage is 24 VDC or smaller.
(5)
Display device
Use the CE marked product.
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3.2.3
Power supply
The insulation specification of the power module was designed
assuming installation category II. Be sure to use the installation
category II power supply to the programmable controller.
The installation category indicates the durability level against surge
voltage generated by a thunderbolt. Category I has the lowest durability;
category IV has the highest durability.
Category IV
Category III
Category II
Category I
Figure 1. : Installation Category
Category II indicates a power supply whose voltage has been reduced
by two or more levels of isolating transformers from the public power
distribution.
3.2.4
Control panel
Because the programmable controller is an open device (a device
designed to be stored within another module), be sure to use it after
storing in the control panel.*
* Also, each network remote station needs to be installed inside the
control panel.
However, the waterproof type remote station can be installed
outside the control panel.
(1)
Electrical shock prevention
In order to prevent persons who are not familiar with the electric
facility such as the operators from electric shocks, the control
panel must have the following functions :
(a) The control panel must be equipped with a lock so that only
the personnel who has studied about the electric facility and
have enough knowledge can open it.
(b) The control panel must have a structure which automatically
stops the power supply when the box is opened.
(c) For electric shock protection, use IP20 or greater control
panel.
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(2)
Dustproof and waterproof features
The control box also has the dustproof and waterproof functions.
Insufficient dustproof and waterproof features lower the insulation
withstand voltage, resulting in insulation destruction. The insulation
in our programmable controller is designed to cope with the
pollution level 2, so use in an environment with pollution level 2 or
below.
Pollution level 1: An environment where the air is dry and
conductive dust does not exist.
Pollution level 2: An environment where conductive dust does not
usually exist, but occasional temporary
conductivity occurs due to the accumulated dust.
Generally, this is the level for inside the control
box equivalent to IP54 in a control room or on the
floor of a typical factory.
Pollution level 3: An environment where conductive dust exits and
conductivity may be generated due to the
accumulated dust.
An environment for a typical factory floor.
Pollution level 4: Continuous conductivity may occur due to rain,
snow, etc. An outdoor environment.
As shown above, the programmable controller can realize the
pollution level 2 when stored in a control panel equivalent to IP54.
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3.2.5
(1)
3.2.6
Module installation
Installing modules contiguously
In AnS series programmable controllers, the left side of each I/O
module is left open. When installing an I/O module to the base, do
not make any open slots between any two modules. If there is an
open slot on the left side of a module with 100/200 VAC rating, the
printed board which contains the hazardous voltage circuit
becomes bare. When it is unavoidable to make an open slot, be
sure to install the blank module (A1SG60).
External wiring
(1)
Module power supply and external power supply
For the remote module which requires 24VDC as module power
supply, the 5/12/24/48VDC I/O module, and the intelligent function
module (special function module) which requires the external
power supply, use the 5/12/24/48VDC circuit which is doubly
insulated from the hazardous voltage circuit or use the power
supply whose insulation is reinforced.
(2)
External devices
When a device with a hazardous voltage circuit is externally
connected to the programmable controller, use a model whose
circuit section of the interface to the programmable controller is
intensively insulated from the hazardous voltage circuit.
(3)
Intensive insulation
Intensive insulation refers to the insulation with the dielectric
withstand voltage shown below.
Intensive Insulation Withstand Voltage
(Installation Category II, source : IEC664)
Rated voltage of hazardous voltage area
150 VAC or below
300 VAC or below
Surge withstand voltage (1.2/50 µs)
2500 V
4000 V
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4. LOADING AND INSTALLATION
4.1
Module Installation
4.1.1
Handling instructions
The precautions when using the CPU, I/O module, special function
module, power supply module and base unit are provided below.
(1)
Do not drop or allow any impact to the module case, memory card,
terminal block connector, or pin connector.
(2)
Do not remove the printed-circuit board from the module case.
Doing so may cause failure.
(3)
Use caution to prevent foreign matter, such as wire chips, from
entering the module during wiring.
If any foreign matter has entered the module, remove it.
(4)
When using the extension base unit (QA1S6B), be sure to install
the power supply module. Although modules with light load may
operate without the power supply module, stable operation is not
guaranteed.
(5)
Tighten the screws such as module fixing screws within the
following ranges.
Screw
QCPU-A module fixing screw (M3×12)
AnS series module mounting screw (M4)
I/O module terminal block mounting screw
(M3.5)
Power supply module terminal screw (M3.5)
Tightening Torque
36 to 48 N•cm
78 to 118 N•cm
59 to 88 N•cm
(6)
When using extension cables, do not install them together with the
main circuit cables (high voltage, large current), or bring them
close to each other.
(7)
When installing the programmable controller in a control panel,
fully consider its operability, maintainability, and environmental
resistance. Securely mount all the MELSEC-Q series modules
used on the base unit. For details on the mounting method, refer to
the QCPU-A (A mode) User's Manual.
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(7)
Pour installer l'automate programmable dans un tableau de
commande, prendre en compte tous les aspects d'opérabilité, de
maintenabilité et de résistance à l'environnement. Monter
fermement sur l'unité de base tous les modules de la série
MELSEC-Q à utiliser. Pour le détail de la méthode de montage,
voir le QCPU-A (A mode) User's Manual (Manuel de l'utilisateur
QCPU-A (A mode)).
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4.1.2
H
Mounting dimensions
Mounting dimensions of each base unit are as follows:
Hs
(1)
Instructions for mounting the base unit
Ws
W
W
Ws *1
H
Hs *1
QA1S33B
255(10.04)
235(9.25)
QA1S35B
325(12.80)
305(12.01)
QA1S38B
QA1S51B
430(16.93)
100(3.94)
410(16.14)
80(3.15)
130(5.12)
110(4.33)
QA1S65B
315(12.40)
295(11.61)
QA1S68B
420(16.54)
400(15.75)
Unit: mm (inches)
*1 The tolerances of Ws and Hs are ±0.3 mm, respectively.
(2)
Unit mounting position
This shows the position of the panel's ceiling,
wiring duct, or components.
30mm
(1.18inches)
or more *1
Programmable
controller
Panel
30mm
(1.18inches)
or more
5mm (0.20inches)
or more *2
Door
20mm
(0.79inches)
or more
*3
5mm (0.20inches)
or more
*1 For wiring duct height of 50mm(1.97inches) or less. 40mm(1.57inches) or more for other
cases.
*2 20mm(0.79inches) or more when the extension cable is connected without removal of the
adjacent module.
*3 80mm(3.15inches) or more for the connector type.
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(3)
Unit mounting orientation
(a) Since the programmable controller generates heat, it should
be mounted on a well ventilated location in the orientation
shown below.
(b) Do not mount it in either of the orientations shown below.
Vertical
Flat
(4)
Mount base unit on a flat surface. If the mounting surface is not
even, this may strain the printed circuit boards and cause
malfunctions.
(5)
Avoid mounting base unit in proximity to vibration sources such as
large magnetic contractors and no-fuse circuit breakers; mount
these on a separate panel or at a distance.
(6)
In order to avoid the effects of radiated noise and heat, provide the
clearances indicated below between the programmable controller
and devices that generate noise or heat (contactors and relays).
• Required clearance in front of programmable controller: at least
100 mm (3.94 inches)
• Required clearance on the right and left of programmable
controller: at least 50 mm (1.97 inches)
At least 50mm
(1.97 inches)
At least 100mm
(3.94 inches)
At least 50mm
(1.97 inches)
Contactor,
relay, etc.
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(7)
If you want to mount base units on a DIN rail, please note the
following points.
(a) Suitable DIN rail types are listed as follows(JIS C 2812):
TH35-7.5Fe
TH35-7.5Al
TH35-15Fe
*JIS: Japanese Industrial Standard
(b) Spacing intervals for DIN rail mounting screws
When using a TH35-7.5Fe or TH35-7.5Al DIN rail, rail
mounting screws should be placed at a pitch of 200 mm (7.87
inches) or less in order to ensure that the rail has sufficient
strength.
DIN rail
DIN rail mounting screw
35mm
(1.38inches)
P
P
P
P=200mm (7.87 inches) or less
(8)
When installing the base unit to DIN rail in an environment with
large vibration, use a vibration-proofing bracket (A1S-PLT-D).
Mounting the vibration-proofing bracket (A1S-PLT-D) enhances the
resistance to vibration.
Depending on the environment to set up the base unit, it is also
recommended to fix the base unit to the control panel directly.
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4.1.3
Installation and removal of dustproof cover
When the QCPU-A is used, the dustproof cover supplied with the main
base unit must be installed to the I/O module loaded on the right hand
side of the QCPU-A to prevent the ingress of foreign matter into the I/O
module.
Always install the dustproof cover. Without the dustproof cover, foreign
matter will enter the I/O module, causing a failure.
How to install and remove the dustproof cover will be described below.
(1)
Installation of dustproof cover
I/O module
Dustproof cover
To insert the dustproof cover into the I/O module, insert it into the
connector or terminal side slit first as shown above. Then push the
opposite side of the dustproof cover into the I/O module to
complete installation.
(2)
Removal of dustproof cover
I/O module
Removing
hole
Dustproof cover
To remove the dustproof cover from the I/O module, insert the tip of
a flat-blade screwdriver into the removing hole as shown above,
move the screwdriver toward the back of the module, and take the
catch of the dustproof cover off the removing hole.
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4.1.4
Installation and removal of modules
This section explains how to install and remove a power supply, CPU,
I/O, special function and other modules to and from the base unit.
(1)
Installation and removal of QCPU-A
(a) Installation of QCPU-A
Insert the module fixing
hook into the module
fixing hole of the base
unit.
Push the module in the
direction of arrow to
load it into the base unit.
Make sure that the
module is inserted in
the base unit securely.
Base unit
Base unit
Module
Module
connector
Module
fixing hook
Module fixing
hole
Module fixing hook
Module fixing
hole
Completion
POINT
(1) Insert the module fixing hook into the module fixing hole, making sure that
the module is mounted vertically against the base unit. Failure to insert the
hook or pressing the module to the base unit at an incorrect angle will
damage the module and connector.
(2) When using the programmable controller in a place where there is large
vibration or impact, screw the CPU module to the base unit.
QCPU-A module fixing screw: M3×12(user-prepared)
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(b) Removal of QCPU-A
Remove the module
fixing screw, and using
the bottom of the module
as a support, pull the top
of the module toward you.
While lifting the module,
take the module fixing
hook off the module
fixing hole.
Base unit
Module
connector
Module
Module fixing
hole
Completion
POINT
When the module fixing screw is used, always remove the module by removing
the module fixing screw and then taking the module fixing hook off the module
fixing hole of the base unit.
Forcibly removing the module will damage the module.
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(2)
Installation and removal of module other than QCPU-A
(a) Installation of module other than QCPU-A
Insert the module fixing
hook into the module
fixing hole of the base
unit.
Base unit
Module
Module
connector
Push the module in the
direction of arrow to load
it into the base unit.
Module
fixing hole
Module fixing
hook
Make sure that the
module is inserted in the
base module securely,
and fix it with the module
mounting screw.
Completion
Module mounting screw
Base unit
Module
POINT
Always insert the module fixing hook of the module into the module fixing hole.
Forcing the hook into the hole will damage the module connector and module.
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(b) Removal of module other than QCPU-A
Remove the module
mounting screw, and
using the bottom of the
module as a support,
pull the top of the
module toward you.
While lifting the module,
take the module fixing
hook off the module
fixing hole.
Base unit
Module
connector
Module
Module
fixing hole
Completion
POINT
Always remove the module by first removing the module fixing screw and then
taking the module fixing hook off the module fixing hole of the base unit.
Forcibly removing the module will damage the module.
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4.1.5
Setting the extension number of the extension base
unit
When using two or more extension base units, their extension numbers
must be set with their extension number setting connectors. Extension 1
need not be set since the extension number is factory-set to 1.
Make this setting in the following procedure.
(1)
The extension number setting connector of the extension base unit
is located under the IN side base cover.
First, loosen the upper and lower screws in the IN side base cover
and remove the base cover from the extension base unit.
(2)
Insert the connector pin in the required extension number location
of the connector (PIN1) existing between the IN and OUT sides of
the extension cable connector.
Setting of Number of Stages of Extension Base Units
Setting of Number of Extension Stages
1st stage 2nd stage 3rd stage 4th stage 5th stage 6th stage 7th stage
Setting of No.
of stages
setting
connector
POINT
Set the number setting connector to any of numbers 1 to 7 in ascending order.
If two or more modules have the same number or any module has no setting, for
example, false input and output will occur.
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(3)
Install the base cover to the extension base unit and tighten the
base cover screw.
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4.1.6
(1)
Connection and disconnection of extension cable
Instructions for handling an extension cable
• Do not stamp an extension cable.
• An extension cable must be connected to the base unit when the
base cover has been installed.
(After you have set the extension number to the extension base
unit, reinstall and screw the base cover.)
• When running an extension cable, the minimum bending radius
of the cable should be 55mm(2.17inches) or more.
If it is less than 55mm(2.17inches), a malfunction may occur due
to characteristic deterioration, open cable or the like.
• When connecting or disconnecting an extension cable, do not
hold the ferrite cores mounted at both ends of the cable.
Hold the connector part of the cable for connection or
disconnection.
Holding the ferrite core may cause the cable to open within the
connector.
Also, if the ferrite core is shifted, the characteristic will change.
When handling the cable, take care not to shift the ferrite core
positions.
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(2)
Connection of extension cable
POINT
When connecting an extension base unit to the main base unit with an extension
cable, always plug the OUT side connector of the main base unit and the IN side
connector of the extension base unit with an extension cable. The system will not
operate properly if the extension cable is connected in the form of IN  IN, OUT
OUT or OUT  IN.
When connecting two or more extension base units, plug the OUT side
connector of the first extension base unit and the IN side connector of the second
extension base unit with an extension cable.
(a) To connect an extension cable to the main base unit, remove
the portion under the OUT characters on the base cover with a
tool such as a flat-blade screwdriver (5.5×75, 6×100).
Insert the driver edge into the gap between the base cover and
the section to be removed. Then raise up the driver edge so
that the section will come off.
Make sure not to insert the driver edge until it damages the
connector inside the base cover.
This also applies to a case where an extension cable is
connected to the OUT side connector of the extension base
unit.
Base cover
(b) To connect the extension cable to the next extension base unit,
remove the seal applied under the IN characters on the base
cover.
Seal
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(c) When plugging the extension cable to any base unit, hold the
connector part of the extension cable.
(d) After fitting the extension cable, always tighten the extension
cable connector fixing screws.
(Tightening torque: 20N•cm)
(3)
Disconnection of extension cable
When unplugging the extension cable, hold and pull the connector
part of the extension cable after making sure that the fixing screws
have been removed completely.
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4.2
Fail-Safe Circuit Concept
To prevent the programmable controller from providing false output or
input, make up the circuit and program so that the programmable
controller system will be started up in the following procedure.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Turn on the power to the programmable controller.
Turn on the external power supply used for the process control.
Turn on the START switch.
Turn on the power to the output devices by using a program.
Confirm that all external power supplies are turned on, and then,
an I/O control program should be executed.
For example, if the processing external supply power of a DC output
module is switched on and then the programmable controller is powered
on, the DC output module may provide false output instantaneously.
Though Mitsubishi programmable controllers are manufactured under
strict quality control, they may cause failure or abnormal operations due
to unspecific reasons. To prevent the abnormal operation of the whole
system, machine breakdown, and accidents (e.g. emergency stop,
protective and interlock circuits), fail-safe circuitry against failure of the
programmable controller must be constructed outside the
programmable controller.
The following page gives an example of system designing that conforms
to the explanation mentioned above and an example of fail-safe
measures when the programmable controller causes a failure.
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(1)
System design circuit example
Mixed AC and DC
ALL AC
POWER
POWER
TRANSFORMER
FUSE
TRANSFORMER
CPU module
M9006
Ym
M9039
Yn
Y1
XM
M9084
Input switched
when power supply
established.
Ym
L
RA1
OUTPUT module
MC
MC2
MC1
MC2
Y1
MC2
RA2
(-) (+)
M9039
Yn
XM
TM
FUSE
Set time for DC
power supply to
be established.
TM
M9084
TM
MC1 N0 M10
MC
Yn
DC
POWER
SUPPLY
M9006
RUN/STOP circuit
interlocked with RA1
(run monitor relay)
N0
START SW
MC STOP SW
INPUT module
RA2
XM
OUTPUT module
Ym
FUSE
CPU module
PROGRAM
START SW RA1
TRANSFORMER
FUSE
M10
RA1
MC STOP SW
Low battery alarm
(Lamp or buzzer)
RA1 switched ON by
M9039
(run monitor relay)
MC
Power to output equipment
switched OFF when the
STOP signal is given.
In the case of an emergency
stop or a stop caused
by a limit switch.
PROGRAM
MC
RA2 INPUT module
XM
OUTPUT module
Ym
Yn
L
RA1
OUTPUT module
Interlock circuits as
necessary.
Provide external interlock
circuits for conflicting
operations, such as forward
rotation and reverse rotation,
and for parts that could
damage the machine or
cause accidents if no
interlock were used.
RA2
Voltage relay is
recommended
Low battery alarm
(Lamp or buzzer)
RA1 switched ON by
M9039
(run monitor relay)
Power to output equipment
switched OFF when the
STOP signal is given.
MC MC In the case of an emergency stop or a stop
caused by a limit switch.
MC2
MC1
MC1
MC2
The power-ON procedure is as follows:
For AC
1) Set the ON the power.
2) Switch CPU to RUN.
3) Turn on the start switch.
4) When the magnetic contactor (MC)
comes in, the output equipment is
powered and may be driven by the
program.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
For AC/DC
Set the ON the power.
Switch CPU to RUN.
When DC power is established, RA2 goes ON.
Timer (TM) times out after the DC power
reaches 100%. (The TM set value should be
the period of time from when RA2 goes ON to
the establishment of 100% DC voltage. Set
this value to approximately 0.5 seconds.)
Turn on the start switch.
When the magnetic contactor (MC) comes in,
the output equipment is powered and may be
driven by the program. (If a voltage relay is
used at RA2, no timer (TM) is required in the
program.)
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(2)
Fail-safe measures to cover the possibility of programmable
controller failure
Although a CPU module detects failures of programmable
controller CPU and memory by using the self-diagnostics function,
it may not detect those of I/O control area.
In such cases, all I/O points may turn on or off depending on the
failure, or the control target may malfunction or the safety may not
be ensured.
Mitsubishi programmable controllers are manufactured under strict
quality control, however, build a fail-safe circuit outside the
programmable controller in order that the programmable controller
failure due to unspecified reasons will not result in the machinery
breakdown or accidents.
The system example including fail safe circuit and fail safe circuit
example are provided below.
<System example>
Power
Input Input Input Input Output Output Output Output
supply CPU
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
modulemodule points points points points points points points points
Output
Power Output Output Output 16
points
supply 16
16
16
YB0 Vacant
module points points points to
YBF
Extension cable
Output module for fail-safe purpose*1
*1 The output module for fail-safe purpose should be mounted on the last slot of the system.
(YB0 to YBF in the above system.)
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<Fail-safe circuit example>
ON delay timer
Internal program
T1
1s
OFF delay timer *3
YB0
M9032
YB0
YB0
T2
YB1
External load
L
YBF
L
1s
MC
24V
0.5s 0.5s
-
+
0V
CPU module
24VDC
Output module
*2
T1
T2
MC
*2 YB0 turns on and then off at alternatively 0.5 second intervals.
Use a contactless output module (transistor is used in the above example).
*3 If an OFF delay timer (especially miniature timer) is not available, construct the fail-safe
circuit using an ON delay timer shown on the next page.
When constructing a fail-safe circuit using ON delay timers only
ON delay timer
Internal program
T1
YB0
M9032
*4
YB0
1s
M1
ON delay timer
M1
T2
1s
M1
M2
YB0
T2
M2
0.5s 0.5s
YB1
External load
L
YBF
L
MC
24V
0V
CPU module
+
24VDC
Output module
T1
M2
MC
*4 Use a solid state relay for the M1 relay.
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4.3
Wiring
4.3.1
Power supply module specifications
This section gives the specifications of the power supply modules.
Power Supply Module Specifications
Item
Base loading slot
Rated input voltage
A1S61PN
Specifications
A1S62PN
A1S63P
Power supply module loading slot
100 to 240VAC
(85 to 264VAC)
50/60Hz ± 5%
+10%
-15%
Rated input frequency
Input voltage distortion
Within 5%
factor
Max. input apparent power
105VA
Inrush current
20A 8ms or lower *4
5VDC
5A
3A
Rated output
current
24VDC
———
0.6A
5VDC
5.5A or higher
3.3A or higher
Overcurrent
protection *1
24VDC
———
0.66A or higher
5VDC
5.5 to 6.5V
Overvoltage
protection *2
24VDC
———
Efficiency
65% or higher
Allowable momentary
20ms or lower
power failure time *3
Dielectric withstand
Across inputs/LG and outputs/FG
voltage
2,830VAC rms/3 cycles (2000m)
Across inputs and outputs (LG and FG
separated), across inputs and LG/FG,
Insulation resistance
across outputs and FG/LG
10M or higher by 500VDC insulation
resistance tester
Noise durability
Power indication
Fuse
Terminal screw size
Taille des vis de borne
Applicable wire size
Taille du fil à utiliser
Applicable solderless
terminal
Borne sans soudure à
utiliser
+30%
24VDC
-35%
(15.6 to 31.2VDC)
———
———
41W
81A 1ms or lower
5A
———
5.5A or higher
———
10ms or lower
(at 24VDC input)
500VAC across
primary and 5VDC
5M or more by
insulation resistance
tester
Noise voltage 500
Vp-p, Noise width
1µs, Noise frequency 25 to 60 Hz
(noise simulator
condition)
Power LED indication (light at the time of output of 5 VDC)
Built-in (Unchangeable by user)
M3.5×7
M3,5×7
0.75 to 2mm2
0,75 à 2mm2
Noise voltage 1,500 Vp-p, Noise width
1µs, Noise frequency 25 to 60 Hz (noise
simulator condition)
Noise voltage IEC61000-4-4, 2kV
RAV 1.25 to 3.5, RAV 2 to 3.5
RAV 1,25 à 3,5, RAV 2 à 3,5
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Power Supply Module Specifications
Applicable tightening
torque
Couple de serrage à
appliquer
External dimension
Weight
59 to 88N•cm
59 à 88N•cm
130 × 55 × 93.6 (5.12 × 2.17 × 36.9)
0.60 kg
0.60 kg
mm (inches)
0.50 kg
POINT
*1 Overcurrent protection
The overcurrent protection device shuts off the 5VDC and/or 24VDC circuit(s) and stops
the system if the current exceeding the specified value flows in the circuit(s). As this
results in voltage drop, the power supply module LED turns off or is dimly lit. After that,
power off the input power supply to eliminate the causes of overcurrent, e.g., insufficient
current capacity and short circuit, and then power on the input power supply to start the
system. When the current has reached the normal value, the initial start up of the system
will be performed.
*2 Overvoltage protection
The overvoltage protection shuts off the 5VDC circuit and stops the system if the
overvoltage of 5.5V is applied to the circuit. This results in the power supply module LED
turning off. When restarting the system, power OFF and ON the input power supply, and
the initial start up of the system will be performed. If the system is not booted and the
LED remains off, this means that the power supply module has to be replaced. the LED
remains off, this means that the power supply module has to be replaced.
*3 Allowable momentary power failure period
The programmable controller CPU allowable momentary power failure period varies
with the power supply module used. In case of the A1S63P power supply module, the
allowable momentary power failure period is defined as the time from when the primary
side of the stabilized power supply for supplying 24VDC to the A1S63P is turned off until
when the voltage (secondary side) has dropped from 24VDC to the specified value
(15.6VDC) or less.
*4 Inrush current
If the power supply module is re-powered on right after powered off (within 5s), the
inrush current exceeding the specified value (2ms or less) may be generated.
Therefore, make sure to re-power on the module 5seconds after power off. When
selecting a fuse or breaker for external circuit, consider the above point as well as
meltdown and detection characteristics.
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(1) A1S61PN
(2) A1S62PN
9)
9)
1)
1)
8)
8)
2)
3)
3)
4)
4)
5)
5)
7)
7)
9)
1)
8)
3)
4)
6)
7)
(3) A1S63P
No.
Name
1) POWER LED
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
Description
The indicator LED for the 5 VDC power.
Used to supply 24VDC to inside the output module
24 V and 24 G terminals
(using external wiring).
The grounding terminal connected to the shield pattern of
FG terminal
the printed circuit board.
Grounding for the power supply filter. The potential of
LG terminal
A1S61PN or A1S62PN terminal is 1/2 of the input voltage.
Power supply input terminals Used to connect 100VAC to 200VAC power supply.
Power supply input terminals Used to connect a 24VDC power supply.
Terminal screw
M3.5 × 7
Terminal cover
The protective cover of the terminal block.
Used to fix the module to the base unit. (M4 screw,
Module fixing screw
tightening torque : 59 to 88 N•cm)
POINT
(1) Do not use the terminal which is printed NC on the terminal block.
(2) Be sure to ground the terminal LG and FG to the protective ground conductor.
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4.3.2
The precautions on the wiring
This section gives instructions for wiring the power supply.
(1)
Wiring of power supply
(a) When voltage fluctuations are larger than the specified value,
connect a constant-voltage transformer.
Constant
voltage
transformer
Programmable
controller
(b) Use a power supply which generates minimal noise between
wires and between the programmable controller and ground. If
excessive noise is generated, connect an insulating
transformer.
I/O
equipment
Programmable
controller
Insulating
transformer
Insulating
transformer
(c) When a power transformer or insulating transformer is
employed to reduce the voltage from 200 VAC to 100 VAC,
use one with a capacity greater than those indicated in the
following table.
Power Supply Module
A1S61PN
A1S62PN
Transformer Capacity
110VA × n
110VA × n
n:
Stands for the number of
power supply modules.
(d) Separate the programmable controller’s power supply line
from the lines for I/O devices and power devices as shown
below.
When there is much noise, connect an insulation transformer.
(e) Taking rated current or inrush current into consideration when
wiring the power supply, be sure to connect a breaker or an
external fuse that have proper blown and detection.
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When using a single programmable controller, a 10A breaker
or an external fuse are recommended for wiring protection.
Main
power supply
Programmable
Insulation
controller
Transformer
power supply
200VAC
Relay
terminal block
T1
I/O power supply
Programmable
controller
I/O equipment
Main circuit
power supply
Main circuit equipment
On a control panel
I/O module
Power supply
unit
Power supply
unit
24VDC
I/O module
24VDC
Power supply
unit
(f) Note on using the 24 VDC output of the A1S62PN power
supply module.
If the 24 VDC output capacity is insufficient for one power
supply module, supply 24 VDC from the external 24 VDC
power supply as shown below:
24VDC
External power supply
(g) 100 VAC, 200 VAC and 24 VDC wires should be twisted as
dense as possible. Connect the modules with the shortest
distance.
Also, to reduce the voltage drop to the minimum, use the
thickest wires possible (maximum 2mm2).
(h) Do not bind 100VAC and 24VDC wires together with main
circuit (high tension and large current) wires or I/O signal line
(including common line) nor place them near each other.
Provide 100mm (3.94 inches) clearance between the wires if
possible.
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(i) As a countermeasure to power surge due to lightening,
connect a surge absorber for lightening as shown below.
Programmable
controller
I/O
devices
AC
E2
E1
Surge absorber for lightening
POINT
(1) Separate the ground of the surge absorber for lightening (E1) from that of the
programmable controller (E2).
(2) Select a surge absorber for lightening whose power supply voltage does no
exceed the maximum allowable circuit voltage even at the time of maximum
power supply voltage elevation.
(2)
Wiring to I/O device
(a) The solderless terminal with insulation sleeve is inapplicable to
a terminal block.
It is advisable to cover the wire connection part of a terminal
with a mark tube or insulation tube.
(b) Install wiring to a terminal block using the cable of core
diameter 0.3 to 0.75mm2, and outside diameter 2.8mm or less.
(c) Run the I/O line and output line away from each other.
(d) When the main circuit line and power line cannot be
separated, use a shielding cable and ground it on the
programmable controller side.
However, ground it on the opposite side in some cases.
Programmable controller
Shielded cable
Input
Output
Shield jacket
RA
DC
(e) When cables are run through pipes, securely ground the
pipes.
(f) Run the 24VDC input line away from the 100VAC and 200
VAC lines.
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(g) The cabling of 200m (656.2ft.) or longer distance may produce
leakage current depending on the capacity between lines and
result in an accident.
(h) As a countermeasure against the power surge due to lightning,
separate the AC wiring and DC wiring and connect a surge
absorber for lightning as shown in (i) of item (1).
Failure to do so increases the risk of I/O device failure due to
lightning.
(3)
Grounding
(a) Carry out the independent grounding if possible. (Grounding
resistance 100 or less.)
(b) If the independent grounding is impossible, carry out the
shared grounding (2) as shown below.
Other
device
Programmable
controller
Class 3
grounding
(1) Independent grounding.....Best
Other
device
Programmable
controller
Programmable
controller
Other
device
Class 3
grounding
(2) Shared grounding.....Good
(3) Common grounding.....Not allowed
2mm2.
(c) Use thick cables up to
Bring the grounding point close
to the programmable controller as much as possible so that
the ground cable can be shortened.
(d) If a malfunction occurs due to earthling, separate either LG or
FG of the base module, the device combination, or all the
connection from the earthling.
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4.3.3
Connecting to the power supply module
The following diagram shows the wiring example of power lines,
grounding lines, etc. to the main and extension bases.
100/110VAC
200/220VAC
Main base unit
(QA1S38B)
A1S62PN
CPU
AC
+24V
24G
*1
(FG)
FUSE
AC
DC
*1
24VDC
24VDC
(LG)
INPUT
100-240VAC
Connect to 24VDC terminals
of I/O module that requires
24VDC internally.
Extension base unit
(QA1S68B)
A1S62PN
I/O
Extension cable
+24V
24G
*1
(FG)
*1
(LG)
INPUT
100-240VAC
100-240VAC
Ground wire
Grounding
*1 Ground the LG and FG terminals by using a ground wire as thick and short as possible
(2mm in diameter).
POINT
(1) Use the thickest possible (max. 2 mm2 (14 AWG)) wires for the 100/200 VAC
and 24 VDC power cables. Be sure to twist these wires starting at the
connection terminals. For wiring a terminal block, be sure to use a solderless
terminal. To prevent short-circuit due to loosening screws, use the solderless
terminals with insulation sleeves of 0.8 mm (0.03 inches) or less thick. The
number of the solderless terminals to be connected for one terminal block are
limited to 2.
Solderless terminals
Terminal block
with insulation sleeves
(2) Be sure to ground the LG and FG terminals. Failure to do so may cause the
programmable controller to be susceptible to noise. Note that LG terminals
include the potential as half as that of input voltage; you might get an electric
shock when you touch them.
(3) A1S61PN and A1S62PN do not need to be switched as the are 100 to
240VAC wide-range.
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4.4
Precautions when Connecting the Uninterruptible
Power Supply (UPS)
Connect the QCPU-A system to the uninterruptible power supply (UPS),
while paying attention to the followings.
When connecting an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to the
programmable controller system, use an online UPS or line-interactive
UPS with a voltage distortion rate of 5% or less.
When connecting a standby UPS, use a Mitsubishi FREQUPS FW-F
series UPS (hereinafter FW-F series UPS)*1. (Example: FW-F100.3K/0.5K)
Do not use any standby UPS other than the FW-F series UPS.
*1 The FW-F series UPS whose serial number starts with the letter "P" or later, or
ends with the letters "HE" is applicable.
Starts with "P" or later
Ends with "HE"
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4.5
Part Names and Settings of the CPU Module
4.5.1
Part names and settings
This section explains the names and settings of the CPU module.
Front face
With front cover open
1)
Q02HCPU
Q02HCPU
2)
MODE
RUN
ERR.
USER
BAT.
BOOT
MODE
9)
RUN
ERR.
3)
USER
BAT.
4)
BOOT
ON SW
5)
1
2
3
4
5
6)
7)
10)
13)
STOP RUN
14)
RESET L.CLR
15)
PULL
11)*1
USB
12)
RS-232
8)
*1 Not provided for Q02CPU-A.
When opening the cover, put
your finger here.
Side face
16)
17)
20)
19)
18)
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No.
Name
8)
Applications
Hook used to fix the module to the base unit.
(Single-motion installation)
Indicates the mode of the CPU.
Lit (orange)
: A mode
Lit (green)
: Q mode
Indicates the operating status of the CPU.
On
: During operation in "RUN" or "STEP RUN" mode.
Off
: During a stop in "STOP", "PAUSE" or "STEP RUN"
mode or detection of error whose occurrence stops
operation.
On
: Detection of self-diagnostics error which will not
stop operation, except battery error.
(When operation continued at error detection is set
in the parameter)
Off
: Normal
Flicker
: Detection of error whose occurrence stops
operation.
On
: Annunciator ON
Off
: Normal
Flicker
: Execution of latch clear
On
: Occurrence of battery error due to reduction in
battery voltages of CPU and memory card.
Off
: Normal
On
: Execution of boot operation
Off
: Non-execution of boot operation
Shows the serial number printed on the rating plate.
9)
Used to eject the memory card from the CPU.
1)
Module fixing hook
2)
Mode LED
3)
RUN LED
4)
ERR. LED
5)
USER LED
6)
BAT. LED
7)
BOOT LED
Serial number
Memory card EJECT
button
Memory card loading
10)
connector
11) USB connector *2
12) RS-232 connector *2
Connector used to load the memory card to the CPU.
Unusable (Usable for Q mode only)
Connector for connection with a peripheral device.
Can be connected by RS-232C connection cable (QC30R2).
*2 When normally connecting a cable to the USB connector or RS-232 connector, clamp the
cable to prevent it from coming off due to the dangling, moving or carelessly pulling of the
cable.
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No.
Name
DIP switches
13)
14) RUN/STOP switch
Applications
Used to set the items for operation of the CPU.
SW1: Must not be used. Normally off.
(Shipped in off position)
SW2: Must not be used. Normally off.
(Shipped in off position)
SW3: RAM/boot operation designation.
(Shipped in off position)
On : Boot operation
Off : RAM operation
SW4: Must not be used. Normally off.
(Shipped in off position)
SW5: Must not be used. Normally off.
(Shipped in off position)
: Executes sequence program operation.
RUN
STOP
: Stops sequence program operation.
RESET
15) RESET/L.CLR switch
L.CLR
Module fixing screw
hole
17) Module fixing hook
16)
18) Battery connector pin
19) Battery
20) Module loading lever
:
Used to perform hardware reset, operation fault rest,
operation initialization, etc.
If this switch is left in the RESET position, the whole
system will be reset and the system will not operate
properly. After performing reset, always return this
switch to the neutral position.
: Used to turn "OFF" or "zero" all data in the
parameter-set latch area.
Used to clear the sampling trace and status latch
registration.
Hole for the screw used to fix to the base unit.
(M3 × 12 screw)
Hook used to fix to the base unit.
For connection of battery lead wires.
(When shipped from the factory, the lead wires are disconnected
from the connector to prevent the battery from consuming.)
Backup battery for use of built-in RAM and power failure
compensation function.
Used to load the module to the base unit.
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4.5.2
Switch operation after program write
(1)
When writing a program during STOP of CPU
Write a program during STOP of the CPU in the following
procedure.
1) RUN/STOP switch: STOP
RUN LED: Off...................CPU STOP status  Program write
2) RUN/STOP switch: STOP  RUN
RUN LED: On...................CPU RUN status
(2)
When you wrote a program during RUN
When you wrote a program during RUN of the CPU, do not operate
the switch.
4.5.3
Latch clear operation
To perform latch clear, operate the RESET/L.CLR switch in the following
procedure.
1) RESET/L.CLR switch: Move the switch to L.CLR several times
until the USER LED flickers.
(Do not move it to RESET.)
USER LED: Flicker.............Ready for latch clear.
2) RESET/L.CLR switch: Move the switch to L.CLR once more.
USER LED: Off...................Latch clear complete.
POINT
Latch clear can be set to be valid or invalid device-by-device by making device
setting in the parameter.
For the operation method, refer to the operating manual of GPP function.
4.5.4
Installation and removal of memory card during
power-on
Do not install or remove the memory card while power is on.
POINT
If you installed or removed the memory card while power was on, the data within
the memory card may be corrupted.
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Memo
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5. SPECIFICATIONS AND CONNECTIONS OF I/O
MODULES
5.1
5.1.1
Input modules
Input module specifications
Operating Voltage
Model
Type
No. of
Points
A1SX10
A1SX10EU
AC input
OFF voltage
80VAC or
higher
30VAC or
lower
4.2/
8.6mA
7VDC/AC or
higher
2.7VDC/AC or
lower
12/24VDC
3/7mA
8VDC or
higher
4VDC or lower
24VDC
7mA
14VDC or
higher
6.5VDC or
lower
12/24VDC
3/7mA
24VDC
7mA
12/24VDC
2/5mA
200 to
240VAC
DC/AC
input
16
12/24VDC
12/24VAC
A1SX40
A1SX40-S1
Input
Current
ON voltage
100 to
120VAC
A1SX20
A1SX20EU
A1SX30
Rated Input
Voltage
6mA
7mA
9mA
11mA
A1SX40-S2
A1SX41
A1SX41-S1
DC input
(sink type)
32
A1SX41-S2
A1SX42
A1SX42-S1
64
24VDC
A1SX42-S2
62
5mA
8VDC or
higher
17VDC or
higher
14VDC or
higher
8VDC or
higher
18.5VDC or
higher
17.5VDC or
higher
4VDC or lower
3.5VDC or
lower
Maximum
Max. Response Time
Simultaneous
Input Points
OFF to
ON to
(Percentage
ON
OFF
Simultaneousl
y ON)
100%(110VA
20ms or
35ms or
C)
lower
lower
100%(110VA
C)
60%(220VAC 30ms or
55ms or
)
lower
lower
20ms or
20ms or
75%(26.4VD
lower
lower
C)
25ms or
20ms or
lower
lower
10ms or
10ms or
lower
lower
100%(26.4VD
0.1ms or 0.2ms or
C)
lower
lower
10ms or
10ms or
lower
lower
60%(26.4VD
C)
6.5VDC or
lower
4VDC or lower
3VDC or lower
7VDC or lower
50%(24VDC)
0.3ms or
lower
0.3ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
0.3ms or
lower
0.3ms or
lower
Fie
Wir
Term
40conne
40conne
×2
Operating Voltage
ed Input
Input
oltage
Current ON voltage OFF voltage
00 to
0VAC
6mA
00 to
0VAC
9mA
11mA
24VDC
24VAC
7mA
3/7mA
VDC
7mA
24VDC
3/7mA
VDC
24VDC
VDC
100%(110VAC)
60%(132VAC)
80VAC or
higher
30VAC or
lower
7mA
2/5mA
5mA
100%(110VAC)
60%(220VAC)
4.2/
7VAC/DC or 2.7VAC/DC
8.6mA
higher
or lower
24VDC
Maximum
Simultaneous
Input Points
(Percentage
Simultaneously
ON)
8VDC or
higher
14VDC or
higher
4VDC or
lower
6.5VDC or
lower
8VDC or
higher
17VDC or
higher
14VDC or
higher
8VDC or
higher
18.5VDC or
higher
17.5VDC or
higher
4VDC or
lower
3.5VDC or
lower
6.5VDC or
lower
4VDC or
lower
3VDC or
lower
7VDC or
lower
75%(26.4VDC)
100%(26.4VDC)
60%(26.4VDC)
50%(24VDC)
Max. Response Time
OFF to ON
ON to OFF
20ms or
lower
35ms or
lower
30ms or
lower
20ms or
lower
25ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
0.1ms or
lower
55ms or
lower
20ms or
lower
20ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
0.2ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
0.3ms or
lower
0.3ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
0.3ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
0.3ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
Field Wiring
Points/
Common
Internal
Current
Consumption
(5VDC)
NO. of
Occupied
Points
Terminal
16
0.05A
16
0.08A
40-pin
connector
0.12A
32
0.08A
32
0.09A
40-pin
connector
×2
0.16A
0.09A
63
64
Operating Voltage
Model
Type
A1SX71
No. of
Points
Rated Input
Voltage
Input
Current
ON voltage
OFF voltage
32
5/12/24VDC
1.2/3.3/
7mA
3.5VDC or
higher
1VDC or lower
12/24VDC
3/7mA
8VDC or
higher
4VDC or lower
17VDC or
higher
5VDC or lower
A1SX80
A1SX80-S1
16
24VDC
7mA
DC input
A1SX80-S2 (sink/source
type)
A1SX81
24VDC
A1SX82-S1
A1S42X
64
DC input
(dynamic)
3ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
0.5ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
60%(26.4VD
C)
10ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
100%(26.4VD
C)
6VDC or lower
3/7mA
24VDC
7mA
24VDC
5mA
18.5VDC or
higher
3VDC or lower
50%(26.4VD
C)
0.3ms or
lower
0.3ms or
lower
12/24VDC
4/9mA
8VDC or
higher
4VDC or lower
100%(26.4VD
C)
0.4ms or
lower*1
0.4ms or
lower*1
*2
16/32
48/64
1.5ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
0.4ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
100%
12/24VDC
32
A1SX81-S2
13VDC or
higher
8VDC or
higher
13VDC or
higher
Maximum
Max. Response Time
Simultaneous
Input Points
OFF to
ON to
(Percentage
ON
OFF
Simultaneousl
64
4VDC or lower
6VDC or lower
Fie
Wir
40conne
Term
37D-s
conne
40conne
×2
24conne
×2
Operating Voltage
Input
ed Input
oltage
Current ON voltage OFF voltage
/24VDC
24VDC
1.2/3.3/
7mA
3/7mA
VDC
7mA
VDC
3.5VDC or
higher
8VDC or
higher
17VDC or
higher
13VDC or
higher
8VDC or
higher
13VDC or
higher
1VDC or
lower
4VDC or
lower
5VDC or
lower
6VDC or
lower
4VDC or
lower
6VDC or
lower
Maximum
Simultaneous
Input Points
(Percentage
Simultaneously
ON)
Max. Response Time
Field Wiring
Points/
Common
Internal
Current
Consumption
(5VDC)
NO. of
Occupied
Points
40-pin
connector
32
0.075A
32
Terminal
16
0.05A
16
OFF to ON
ON to OFF
65%(24VDC)
1.5ms or
lower
3ms or
lower
100%(26.4VDC)
10ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
85%(26.4VDC)
0.4ms or
lower
0.5ms or
lower
100%(26.4VDC)
10ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
60%(26.4VDC)
10ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
37-pin
D-sub
connector
32
0.08A
32
24VDC
3/7mA
VDC
7mA
VDC
5mA
18.5VDC or
higher
3VDC or
lower
50%(26.4VDC)
0.3ms or
lower
0.3ms or
lower
40-pin
connector
×2
32
0.16A
64
24VDC
4/9mA
8VDC or
higher
4VDC or
lower
100%(26.4VDC)
0.4ms or
lower*1
0.4ms or
lower*1
24-pin
connector
-
0.08A
16/32/48/
64
For all modules, the insulation system is photocoupler insulation and the input
indications are LED indications.
*1.....The dynamic scan cycle is 13.3ms.
*2.....Set using the DIP switch on the module front.
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5.1.2
Input module connections
Input module connections
Model
(1)
A1SX10
A1SX10EU
A1SX20
A1SX20EU
Rated Input
Voltage
100 to 120
VAC
200 to 240
VAC
X01
X03
X05
X07
X08
X0A
X0C
X0E
COM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Vacant 20
Model
(3)
-
X01
X03
X05
X07
X08
X0A
X0C
X0E
COM
A1SX30
12/24 VAC/DC
Vacant
+
-
-
+
X00
X02
X04
X06
COM
X09
X0B
X0D
X0F
12/24VDC
9 and 18 areconnected internally.
Rated Input
Voltage
12/24 VDC
Model
(4)
24 VDC
A1SX80
A1SX80-S1
A1SX80-S2
X00
X02
X04
X06
COM
X09
X0B
X0D
X0F
+ -
Vacant
- +
24 VDC
X01
X03
X05
X07
X08
X0A
X0C
X0E
COM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Vacant 20
X00
X02
X04
X06
COM
X09
X0B
X0D
X0F
Vacant
9 and 18 areconnected internally.
9 and 18 areconnected internally.
English
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
12/24VAC 20
X01
X03
X05
X07
X08
X0A
X0C
X0E
COM
Rated Input
Voltage
12/24 VDC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
+
17
18
Vacant 20 19
Rated Input
Voltage
X00
X02
X04
X06
COM
X09
X0B
X0D
X0F
9 and 18 areconnected internally.
A1SX40
A1SX40-S1
A1SX40-S2
Model
(2)
French
English
French
100 to 120 VAC
de 100 à 120 V ca
12/24 VAC/DC
12/24 V ca/cc
200 to 240 VAC
de 200 à 240 V ca
24 VDC
24 V cc
9 and 18 are connected internally
9 et 18 sont connectés à l'intérieur
Model
Modèle
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale de charge
Vacant
Libre
66
Model
Rated Input Voltage
A1SX41
12/24 VDC
A1SX41-S1(S2)
24 VDC
(5)
A1SX42
12/24 VDC
A1SX42-S1(S2)
24 VDC
A1SX82-S1*3
X00
X01
X02
X03
X04
X05
X06
X07
X08
X09
X0A
X0B
B20 A20
B19 A19
B18 A18
B17 A17
B16 A16
B15 A15
B14 A14
B13 A13
X10
X11
X12
X13
X14
X15
X16
X17
X18
B12 A12
B11 A11
B10 A10
X19
X1A
X1B
B9
A9
B8
A8
B7
A7
B6
A6
B5
A5
Vacant
B4
A4
Vacant
Vacant
+ COM
B3
A3
Vacant
-
B2
A2
Vacant
+
- COM
B1
A1
Vacant
X0C
X0D
X0E
X0F
X1C
X1D
X1E
X1F
*3
*1 The figure above indicates F (the first half 32 points).
The connections for L (the latter half 32 points) are the same as for F (regard X00 to
X1F as X20 to X3F.)
B1 and B2 are connected internally.
*2 The A and B pin number rows shown above are transposed with respect to the diagram of
the A and B rows which is printed on the module. Remember that the A row pin numbers
correspond to the B row of the module.
*3 A1SX82-S1 can use both positive common and negative common.
*1 La figure ci-dessus représente F (première moitié de 32 points).
Les connexions pour L (deuxième moitié de 32 points) sont comme pour F
(considérer X00 à X1F comme état X20 à X3F.)
B1 et B2 sont connectés à l'intérieur.
*2 Les rangées de broches A et B ci-dessous correspondent aux rangées de broches
marquées A et B sur le schéma imprimé sur le module. Noter que les numéros de broche
de rangée A correspondent à la rangée B sur le module.
*3 A1SX82-S1peut s'utiliser avec commun en positif ou commun en négatif.
English
French
Model
Modèle
Vacant
Libre
English
French
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
VDC
V cc
67
Model
A1SX71
(6)
Rated Input Voltage
5/12/24 VDC
X00
X01
X02
X03
X04
X05
X06
X07
X08
X09
X0A
X11
B19 A19
X12
B18 A18
X13
B17 A17
X14
B16 A16
X15
B15 A15
X16
B14 A14
X17
B13 A13
X18
B12 A12
X19
B11 A11
X1A
B10 A10
X0B
X0C
X0D
X0E
X0F
Vacant
Vacant
-
X10
B20 A20
+ COM
COM
X1B
B9
A9
B8
A8
B7
A7
B6
A6
B5
A5
B4
A4
Vacant
X1C
X1D
X1E
X1F
B3
A3
Vacant
B2
A2
Vacant
B1
A1
Vacant
*1 The figure above shows the connections for the open collector (sink) type.
B1 and B2 are connected internally.
*1 La figure ci-dessus représente les connexions pour le type collecteur ouvert (dissipateur).
B1 et B2 sont connectés à l'intérieur.

TTL, LS-TTL, CMOS buffer (sink)
connection
TTL, LS-TTL, connexion tampon CMOS
(dissipateur)

Sensor (source) connection
Connexion capteur (source)
B20
+
B20
+
B2
B2
*2 The A and B pin number rows shown above are transposed with respect to the diagram of
the A and B rows which is printed on the module. Remember that the A row pin numbers
correspond to the B row of the module.
*2 Les rangées de broches A et B ci-dessous correspondent aux rangées de broches
marquées A et B sur le schéma imprimé sur le module. Noter que les numéros de broche
de rangée A correspondent à la rangée B sur le module.
English
French
English
French
Model
Modèle
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
Vacant
Libre
VDC
V cc
68
(7)
Model
A1SX81
A1SX81-S2
Rated Input Voltage
12/24 VDC
24 VDC
X01
X03
X05
X07
X09
X0B
X0D
X0F
X11
X13
X15
X17
X19
X1B
X1D
X1F
COM
Vacant
1
20
2
21
3
22
4
23
5
24
6
25
7
26
8
27
9
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

X00
X02
X04
X06
X08
X0A
X0C
X0E
X10
X12
X14
X16
X18
X1A
X1C
X1E
COM - +
COM
+ Vacant
17 , and 18 and 36 are connected internally.
17 , 18 et 36 sont connectés à l'intérieur.
English
French
English
French
Model
Modèle
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
Vacant
Libre
VDC
V cc
69
Model
A1S42X
(8)
Rated Input Voltage
12/24 VDC
Pin Arrangement
Pin No.
B12
B11
B10
B9
B8
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
Input terminals
X38 X30 X28 X20 X18 X10 X08 X00
X39 X31 X29 X21 X19 X11 X09 X01
X3A X32 X2A X22 X1A X12 X0A X02
X3B X33 X2B X23 X1B X13 X0B X03
B12 XD0
A12 XD1
B11 XD2
A11 XD3
X3C X34 X2C X24 X1C X14 X0C X04
B10 XD4
X3D X35 X2D X25 X1D X15 X0D X05
A10 XD5
X3E X36 X2E X26 X1E X16 X0E X06
X3F X37 X2F X27 X1F X17 X0F X07
Internal
control
circuit
B9
XD6
A9
XD7
A8 XSCN1
B7 XSCN2
A7
Seen from front
face of the module
Internal
control
circuit
B8 XSCN0
Internal
control
1/8th duty
XSCN3
B6 XSCN4
A6 XSCN5
B5 XSCN6
A5 XSCN7
B3, A3
12/24 VDC
B2, A2
* If there will be cases where two or more switches are pressed
simultaneously, install a diode at each switch (see right).
English
French
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
English
Pin Signal Pin
No. Name No.
B12 XD0 A12
B11 XD2 A11
B10 XD4 A10
B9
XD6
A9
XSCN
B8
A8
0
XSCN
B7
A7
2
XSCN
B6
A6
4
XSCN
B5
A5
6
B4 Vacant A4
12/24
B3
A3
VDC
B2
0V
A2
B1
FG
A1
Signal
Name
XD1
XD3
XD5
XD7
XSCN
1
XSCN
3
XSCN
5
XSCN
7
Vacant
12/24
VDC
0V
FG
French
Dans le cas ou deux contacteurs ou
plus sont actionnés simultanément,
installer une diode pour chaque
contacteur (voir ci-contre à droite).
Input terminals
Bornes d'entrée
If there will be cases where two or
more switches are pressed
simultaneously, install a diode at
each switch (see right).
Model
Modèle
Internal control circuit
Circuit de commande interne
Pin No.
Broche N°
Internal control 1/8th duty
Commande interne facteur
d'utilisation 1/8ème
Signal Name
Nom de signal
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
Vacant
Libre
Pin Arrangement
Attribution des broches
VDC
V cc
Seen from front face of the module
Vu depuis le devant du module
70
Memo
71
5.2
Output modules
5.2.1
Model
Output module specifications
Type
No. of
Points
Point
A1SY10
16
A1SY
10EU
A1SY
14EU
A1SY
18A
A1SY
18AEU
Relay Output
A1SY22
A1SY
28A
Triac Output
OFF to
ON
Field
Wiring
Points/
Comm
on
Surge
Suppressi
on
Fuse
Erro
Rating displa
ON to
OFF
-
8
8A
-
2A
-
100V to
240VAC
24VDC
16
8
A1SY
28EU
100V to
240VAC
24VDC
100V to
120VAC
24VDC
Common Module
12
8
Max. Output
Response Time
Max. Load Current
Rated
Load
Voltage
-
8A
-
-
2.4A
-
10ms
or
lower
12ms
or
lower
None
None
None
8
CR
absorber
5A
LED*
-
CR
absorber
varistor
None
None
4
-
0.6A
1A
100V to
240VAC
0.6A
-
2.4A
(46°C)
1.9A
(55°C)
8A(AC1
32V,
46°C),
8A(AC2
64V,
40°C)
4A(AC1 1ms or
lower
32V,
55°C),
2A(AC2
64V,
55°C)
-
Terminal
1ms +
0.5
cycles
or less
1ms +
0.5
cycles
or less
For all modules, the insulation system is photocoupler insulation and the output
indications are LED indications.
*1.....The dynamic scan cycle is 13.3ms (FAST mode) or 106.7ms (SLOW mode).
(Set using the DIP switch on the module rear.)
*2.....Set using the DIP switch on the module front.
72
4
CR
absorber
ated
oad
oltag
e
Max. Load Current
Point
Comm
on
00V
to
00V
o
0VA
C
Field
Wiring
Points/
Surge
Common Suppression
Fuse
Rating
Error
display
Modul OFF ON to
e
to ON OFF
External
Power
Supply
(TYP
DC24V)
Internal
No. of
Current
Occupied
Consumption Points
Current
8
00V
to
00V
to
0VA
C
VDC
Max. Output
Response
Time
8A
2A
-
0.090A
0.12A
0.1A
0.12A
0.075A
0.24A
0.075A
0.24A
0.002A
*3
0.27A
10ms
or
lower
12ms
or
lower
4
None
None
None
8A
-
0.6A
1A
0.6A
-
-
2.4A
-
-
2.4A
(46°C)
1.9A
8
8A(AC
132V,
46°C),
1ms +
8A(AC
0.5
264V,
1ms cycles
40°C)
or less
or
4A(AC
lower
132V,
55°C),
2A(AC
-
1ms +
0.5
cycles
CR
absorber
LED*5
5A
Terminal
16
-
CR absorber
varistor
0.13A
None
4
None
CR absorber
-
0.27A
*3.....Value at TYP 200VAC.
*4.....Value at TYP 12VDC.
*5....."ERR." LED turns on when fuse is blown or external supply power is off.
*6.....0.08A is shown on the rating plate of the module.
*7.....0.15A is shown on the rating plate of the module.
73
Model
Type
No. of
Points
Point
Common Module
A1SY40
16
A1SY
40P
0.8A
-
A1SY41
32
A1SY
41P
A1SY42
A1SY
42P
Transistor
Output
(sink type)
12/24V
DC
A1SY60
A1SY
68A
A1SY71
16
Transistor
Output
(source type)
Transistor
Output
(sink/source
type)
Transistor
Output
(for TTL/
CMOS)
sink type
0.1A
2A
1.6A
-
2A
-
0.5A
2A
(25°C)
1.8A
(45°C)
1.6A
(55°C)
2A
4A
(25°C)
3.6A
(45°C)
3.2A
(55°C)
-
2A
4A
-
64
A1SY50
A1SY
60E
Max. Output
Response Time
Max. Load Current
Rated
Load
Voltage
24VDC
5/12
/24VDC
-
OFF to
ON
2ms or
lower
1ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
1ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
ON to
OFF
2ms or
lower
1ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
1ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
1ms or
lower
1ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
Points/
Comm
on
Terminal
8
Surge
Suppressi
on
40-pin
connecto
r
40-pin
connecto
r
×2
Fuse
Erro
Rating displa
1.6A
32
Zener
diode
2ms or
lower
LED*
None
None
3.2A
LED*
None
None
3.2A
LED*
None
None
3.2A
5A
8
LED*
Terminal
7A
3ms or
lower
8
5/12
24/
48VDC
2A
-
-
32
5/
12VDC
0.016A
0.256A
-
1ms or
lower
10ms
or
lower
1ms or
lower
For all modules, the insulation system is photocoupler insulation and the output
indications are LED indications.
*1.....The dynamic scan cycle is 13.3ms (FAST mode) or 106.7ms (SLOW mode).
(Set using the DIP switch on the module rear.)
*2.....Set using the DIP switch on the module front.
74
Field
Wiring
40-pin
connecto
r
32
None
None
None
1.6A
LED*
ated
oad
oltag
e
/24V
DC
Max. Load Current
Point
Comm
on
0.8A
0.1A
2A
1.6A
2A
0.5A
2A
(25°C)
VDC 1.8A
(45°C)
1.6A
2A
4A
(25°C)
3.6A
(45°C)
3.2A
Modul OFF ON to
e
to ON OFF
2ms
2ms
or
or
1ms
1ms
or
or
2ms
2ms
or
or
1ms
1ms
or
or
2ms
2ms
or
or
1ms
1ms
or
or
-
-
2ms
or
lower
Field
Wiring
Points/
Surge
Common Suppression
Fuse
Rating
Error
display
External
Power
Supply
(TYP
DC24V)
Internal
No. of
Current
Occupied
Consumption Points
Current
Terminal
1.6A
*5
LED
0.008A
0.27A
None
None
0.011A
0.079A*6
3.2A
LED*5
0.008A
0.5A
None
None
0.012A
0.141A*7
3.2A
LED*5
0.008A
0.93A
None
None
0.014A
0.17A
0.06A
0.12A
0.015A
0.12A
0.01A
0.2A
8
16
40-pin
connector
32
32
40-pin
connector
×2
64
Zener diode
2ms
or
lower
3.2A
5A
8
LED*5
Terminal
/12
/
2A
4A
-
/12
24/
VDC
2A
-
-
5/
0.016A 0.256A
VDC
Max. Output
Response
Time
-
3ms
or
lower
10ms
or
lower
1ms
or
lower
1ms
or
lower
16
7A
-
40-pin
connector
32
None
None
None
-
0.11A
1.6A
LED*5
0.15A *4
0.4A
*3.....Value at TYP 200VAC.
*4.....Value at TYP 12VDC.
*5....."ERR." LED turns on when fuse is blown or external supply power is off.
*6.....0.08A is shown on the rating plate of the module.
*7.....0.15A is shown on the rating plate of the module.
75
32
Model
Type
No. of
Points
Point
A1SY80
A1SY81
A1SY
81EP
16
Transistor
Output
(source type)
A1SY82
A1S42Y
32
64
Transistor
Output
(dynamic)
16/32
48/64
*2
12/24V
DC
Max. Output
Response Time
Max. Load Current
Rated
Load
Voltage
Common Module
OFF to
ON
ON to
OFF
Field
Wiring
Points/
Comm
on
Surge
Suppressi
on
Terminal
8
37-pin
D-sub
connecto
r
Zener
diode
5A
3.2A
LED
32
Clamp
diode
None
None
Fuse
Erro
Rating displa
0.8A
0.1A
0.1A
(25°C),
0.05A
(55°C)
3.2A
2A
2A
(25°C)
1.6A
(55°C)
-
2ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
-
0.5ms
or
lower
1.5ms
or
lower
0.1A
1.6A
-
2ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
40-pin
connecto
r
32
Zener
diode
3.2A
LED*
0.1A
(40°C)
0.05A
(55°C)
-
-
2ms or
lower
*1
2ms or
lower
*1
24-pin
connecto
r
-
None
1.6A
LED
For all modules, the insulation system is photocoupler insulation and the output
indications are LED indications.
*1.....The dynamic scan cycle is 13.3ms (FAST mode) or 106.7ms (SLOW mode).
(Set using the DIP switch on the module rear.)
*2.....Set using the DIP switch on the module front.
76
ated
oad
oltag
e
/24V
DC
Max. Load Current
Comm
on
0.8A
3.2A
0.1A
2A
0.1A
2A
(25°C), (25°C)
0.05A
1.6A
Point
Max. Output
Response
Time
Modul OFF ON to
e
to ON OFF
2ms
2ms
or
or
-
0.1A
1.6A
-
0.1A
(40°C)
0.05A
-
-
Field
Wiring
Points/
Surge
Common Suppression
Error
display
Internal
No. of
Current
Occupied
Consumption Points
Current
Terminal
8
0.5ms 1.5ms
or
or
lower lower
37-pin
D-sub
connector
32
2ms
or
lower
2ms
or
lower
40-pin
connector
×2
24-pin
connector
2ms
or
lower
2ms
or
lower
Fuse
Rating
External
Power
Supply
(TYP
DC24V)
Zener diode
5A
LED
3.2A
0.020A
0.12A
0.008A
0.5A
16
32
Clamp diode
None
None
0.080A
0.5A
32
Zener diode
3.2A
LED*5
0.008A
0.93A
64
-
None
1.6A
LED
0.055A
0.18A
16/32
48/64
*3.....Value at TYP 200VAC.
*4.....Value at TYP 12VDC.
*5....."ERR." LED turns on when fuse is blown or external supply power is off.
*6.....0.08A is shown on the rating plate of the module.
*7.....0.15A is shown on the rating plate of the module.
77
5.2.2
Output module connections
Connexions du module de sortie
Model
A1SY10
(1)
Rated Load Voltage
24VDC, 100 to 240VAC
Y01
Y03
Y05
L
Y07
L
Y08
L
Y0A
L
Y0C
L
Y0E
L
*
External load COM2
L
L
power supply
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Y00
Y02
Y04
Y06
COM1
Y09
Y0B
Y0D
Y0F
Y01
Y03
Y05
L
Y07
L
Y08
L
Y0A
L
Y0C
L
Y0E
L
*
External load COM2
L
L
L
L
L
L
External load
power supply
*
L
L
L
L
-
+
power supply
24VDC
(For relay drive)
* The external load power supply section is as shown below.
-
+
+
-
Rated Load Voltage
24VDC, 100 to 240VAC
1
2
3
4
5
L
6
7
L
8
*
9
External load COM2
10
power supply
Y09 12 11
L
13
Y0B
L
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
L
L
Y01
Y03
Y04
Y06
Y00
Y02
(4)
-
+
+
-
COM3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
* Y00
Y01
Y02
Y03
Y04
Y05
Y06
Y07
External load
power supply
External load
power supply
External load
power supply
External load
power supply
External load
power supply
External load
power supply
External load
power supply
External load
power supply
power supply
L
L
L
External load
power supply
L
L
L
L
External load
power supply
*
L
L
L
L
-
+
24VDC
(For relay drive)
Rated Load Voltage
24VDC, 100 to 240VAC
L
L
Y00
Y02
Y04
Y06
COM1
Y09
Y0B
Y0D
Y0F
100VAC
24VDC
Model
A1SY18A
A1SY18AEU
L
COM1 External load*
Y05
Y07
Y08
Y0A
Rated Load Voltage
24VDC, 100 to 120VAC
* The external load power supply section is as shown below.
100VAC
24VDC
Model
A1SY14EU
(3)
Model
A1SY10EU
(2)
*
+ 24VDC
(For relay drive)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Y00
Y01
Y02
Y03
Y04
Y05
Y06
Y07
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
+
-
24VDC
(For relay drive)
* The external load power supply section is as shown below.
-
+
+
-
English
* The external load power supply section is as shown below.
100VAC
24VDC
French
English
-
+
+
-
100VAC
24VDC
French
100 to 240 VAC de 100 à 240 V ca For relay drive
Pour attaque du relais
24 VDC
24 V cc
External load power supply
Alimentation charge externe
100 VAC
100 V ca
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
Model
Modèle
The external load power supply La section alimentation de la charge
section is as shown below.
externe est comme représenté ci-dessous.
78
(5)
Model
A1SY22
Y01
L
Y03
L
Y05
L
Y07
L
100/200 VAC
Y09
L
Y0B
L
Y0D
L
Y0F
L
100/200 VAC
(7)
Model
A1SY28EU
Rated Load Voltage
100 to 240 VAC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Y00
Y02
Y04
Y06
COM1
Y08
Y0A
Y0C
Y0E
COM2
L
L
L
L
Y00
Y01
Y02
Y03
Y04
Y05
Y06
Y07
L
L
L
L
Rated Load Voltage
100 to 240 VAC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Y00
Y02
Y04
Y06
COM1
Y08
Y0A
Y0C
English
Model
A1SY28A
(6)
Model
A1SY40
A1SY40P
(8)
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
+
-
L
L
L
+
French
-
Rated Load Voltage
100 to 240 VAC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Y00
Y01
Y02
Y03
Y04
Y05
Y06
Y07
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
Rated Load Voltage
12/24 VDC
Y00
1
2
Y02
3
4
Y04
5
6
Y06
7
8
12/24 VDC
9
Y08
10
11
Y0A
12
13
Y0C
14
15
Y0E
16
17
18
12/24 VDC
19
COM
20
Y01
Y03
Y05
Y07
COM
Y09
Y0B
Y0D
Y0F
English
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
French
100 to 240 VAC
de 100 à 240 V ca
12/24 VDC
12/24 V cc
Model
Modèle
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
79
Model
A1SY50
A1SY60
(9)
L
L
L
L
+ L
L
L
L
+ -
Rated Load Voltage
12/24 VDC
24 VDC
Y01 2 1
Y03 4 3
Y05 6 5
Y07 8 7
COM2 10 9
Y09 12 11
Y0B 14 13
Y0D 16 15
Y0F 18 17
COM2 19
20
Y00
Y02
Y04
Y06
L
L
L
L
Y08
Y0A
Y0C
Y0E
Model
A1SY60E
(10)
Y01
Y03
Y05
Y07
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
0V
Y09
Y0B
Y0D
Y0F
L
L
L
L
+
-
0V
Rated Load Voltage
5/12/24 VDC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Y00
Y02
Y04
Y06
COM1
Y08
Y0A
Y0C
Y0E
COM2
L
L
L
L
+
For a load
voltage of
12/24 VDC.
L
L
L
L
+
For a load
voltage of
5 VDC.
-
*
(11)
Model
A1SY68A
Rated Load Voltage
5/12/24/48 VDC
1
2
3
4
5
+ 6
7
+ 8
9
10
L
11
L
12
13
14
L
15
16
L
17
Vacant 18
19
Vacant 20
+
+
-
Y00
Y01
Y02
Y03
Y04
Y05
Y06
Y07
Y00
Y01
Y02
Y03
Y04
Y05
Y06
Y07
English
When using a working load voltage of
5VDC, a separate 12/24VDC source is
required for the external power supply.
*
Pour utiliser une tension de charge utile de
5 V cc, il faut une source séparée 12/24 V
cc pour l'alimentation externe.
Model
Rated Load Voltage
(12)
A1SY80
12/24 VDC
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
For
sink
+
+
+
-
+
-
L
L
L
L
For
source
Vacant
Vacant
French
Y01
Y03
Y05
Y07
0V
Y09
Y0B
Y0D
Y0F
0V
English
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Y00
Y02
Y04
Y06
COM1
Y08
Y0A
Y0C
Y0E
COM2
L
L
L
L
+
L
L
L
L
+
-
-
French
100 to 240 VAC de 100 à 240 V ca
For a load voltage of 12/24
VDC.
Pour une tension de charge de 12/24 V cc.
For sink
Pour dissipateur
For a load voltage of 5 VDC.
Pour une tension de charge de 5 V cc.
For source
Pour source
Model
Modèle
Vacant
Libre
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
VDC
V cc
80
Model
A1SY41
A1SY41P
(13)
Rated Load Voltage
12/24 VDC
Y00
L
Y01
L
Y02
L
Y03
L
Y04
L
Y05
L
Y06
L
Y07
L
Y08
L
Y09
L
Y0A
L
Y0B
L
Y0C
L
Y0D
L
Y0E
L
Y0F
L
Vacant
Vacant
12/24 VDC
12/24 VDC
*1
B20 A20
B19 A19
B18 A18
B17 A17
B16 A16
B15 A15
B14 A14
B13 A13
Y10
Y11
Y12
Y13
Y14
Y15
Y16
Y17
Y18
B12 A12
B11 A11
B10 A10
Y19
Y1A
Y1B
B9
A9
B8
A8
B7
A7
B6
A6
B5
A5
B4
A4
Vacant
Vacant
COM -
B3
A3
B2
A2
B1
A1
Y1C
Y1D
Y1E
Y1F
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
+
COM 12/24 VDC
B1 and B2 , and A1 and A2 , are connected internally.
*2 The A and B pin number rows shown above are transposed with respect to the diagram of
the A and B rows which is printed on the module. Remember that the A row pin numbers
correspond to the B row of the module.
*1
B1 et B2 , ainsi que A1 et A2 , sont connectés à l'intérieur.
*2 Les rangées de broches A et B ci-dessous correspondent aux rangées de broches
marquées A et B sur le schéma imprimé sur le module. Noter que les numéros de broche
de rangée A correspondent à la rangée B sur le module.
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French
English
French
12/24 VDC
12/24 V cc
Model
Modèle
Vacant
Libre
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
81
(14)
Model
A1SY42
A1SY42P
Rated Load Voltage
12/24 VDC
Y00
L
Y01
L
Y02
L
Y03
L
Y04
L
Y05
L
Y06
L
Y07
L
Y08
L
Y09
L
Y0A
L
Y0B
L
Y0C
L
Y0D
L
Y0E
L
Y0F
L
Vacant
Vacant
12/24 VDC
12/24 VDC
B20 A20
B19 A19
B18 A18
B17 A17
B16 A16
B15 A15
B14 A14
B13 A13
Y10
Y11
Y12
Y13
Y14
Y15
Y16
Y17
Y18
B12 A12
B11 A11
B10 A10
Y19
Y1A
Y1B
B9
A9
B8
A8
B7
A7
B6
A6
B5
A5
B4
A4
Vacant
B3
A3
B2
A2
Vacant
COM -
B1
A1
Y1C
Y1D
Y1E
Y1F
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
+
COM12/24 VDC
*1 The figure above indicates F (the first half 32 points).
The connections for L (the latter half 32 points) are the same as for F (regard Y00 to
Y1F as Y20 to Y3F.)
B1 and B2 , and A1 and A2 , are connected internally.
*2 The A and B pin number rows shown above are transposed with respect to the diagram of
the A and B rows which is printed on the module. Remember that the A row pin numbers
correspond to the B row of the module.
*1 La figure ci-dessus représente F (première moitié de 32 points).
Les connexions pour L (deuxième moitié de 32 points) sont comme pour F
(considérer X00 à X1F comme état X20 à X3F.)
B1 et B2 , ainsi que A1 et A2 , sont connectés à l'intérieur.
*2 Les rangées de broches A et B ci-dessous correspondent aux rangées de broches
marquées A et B sur le schéma imprimé sur le module. Noter que les numéros de broche
de rangée A correspondent à la rangée B sur le module.
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French
English
French
12/24 VDC
12/24 V cc
Model
Modèle
Vacant
Libre
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
82
Model
A1SY71
(15)
Rated Load Voltage
5/12 VDC
Y00
L
Y01
L
Y02
L
Y03
L
Y04
L
Y05
L
Y06
L
Y07
L
Y08
L
Y09
L
Y0A
L
Y0B
L
Y0C
L
Y0D
L
Y0E
L
Y0F
L
Vacant
Vacant
5/12 VDC
5/12 VDC
*1
B20 A20
B19 A19
B18 A18
B17 A17
B16 A16
B15 A15
B14 A14
B13 A13
Y10
Y11
Y12
Y13
Y14
Y15
Y16
Y17
Y18
B12 A12
B11 A11
B10 A10
Y19
Y1A
Y1B
B9
A9
B8
A8
B7
A7
B6
A6
B5
A5
B4
A4
Vacant
Vacant
COM -
B3
A3
B2
A2
B1
A1
Y1C
Y1D
Y1E
Y1F
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
+
COM
B1 and B2 , and A1 and A2 , are connected internally.
*2 The A and B pin number rows shown above are transposed with respect to the diagram of
the A and B rows which is printed on the module. Remember that the A row pin numbers
correspond to the B row of the module.
*1
B1 et B2 , ainsi que A1 et A2 , sont connectés à l'intérieur.
*2 Les rangées de broches A et B ci-dessous correspondent aux rangées de broches
marquées A et B sur le schéma imprimé sur le module. Noter que les numéros de broche
de rangée A correspondent à la rangée B sur le module.
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French
English
French
12/24 VDC
12/24 V cc
Model
Modèle
Vacant
Libre
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
83
Model
A1SY81
A1SY81EP
(16)
Rated Load Voltage
12/24 VDC
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
Y01
Y03
Y05
Y07
Y09
Y0B
Y0D
Y0F
Y11
Y13
Y15
Y17
Y19
Y1B
Y1D
Y1F
COM
0V
1
20
21
22
23
24
2
3
4
5
6
25
7
26
8
27
9
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Y00
Y02
Y04
Y06
Y08
Y0A
Y0C
Y0E
Y10
Y12
Y14
Y16
Y18
Y1A
Y1C
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
Y1E
L
COM + COM
0V

17 and 18 and 36 , and 19 and 37 are connected internally.

17 , 18 et 36 , ainsi que 19 et 37 , sont connectés à l'intérieur.
English
French
English
French
12/24 VDC
12/24 V cc
Model
Modèle
Vacant
Libre
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
84
(17)
Model
A1SY82
Rated Load Voltage
12/24 VDC
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
Y00
Y01
Y02
Y03
Y04
Y05
Y06
Y07
Y08
Y09
Y0A
Y0B
Y0C
Y0D
Y0E
Y0F
B20 A20
B19 A19
B18 A18
B17 A17
B16 A16
B15 A15
B14 A14
B13 A13
B12 A12
B11 A11
B10 A10
B9 A9
B8 A8
B7 A7
B6 A6
B5 A5
Vacant
B4 A4
12/24VDC Vacant
B3 A3
+ -
COM
COM
B2 A2
B1 A1
Y10
Y11
Y12
Y13
Y14
Y15
Y16
Y17
Y18
Y19
Y1A
Y1B
Y1C
Y1D
Y1E
Y1F
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
Vacant
Vacant
0V
0V
*1 The figure above indicates F (the first half 32 points).
The connections for L (the latter half 32 points) are the same as for F (regard Y00
to Y1F as Y20 to Y3F.)
B1 and B2 , and A1 and A2 , are connected internally.
*2 The A and B pin number rows shown above are transposed with respect to the diagram of
the A and B rows which is printed on the module. Remember that the A row pin numbers
correspond to the B row of the module.
*1 La figure ci-dessus représente F (première moitié de 32 points).
Les connexions pour L (deuxième moitié de 32 points) sont comme pour F
(considérer X00 à X1F comme état X20 à X3F.)
B1 et B2 , ainsi que A1 et A2 , sont connectés à l'intérieur.
*2 Les rangées de broches A et B ci-dessous correspondent aux rangées de broches
marquées A et B sur le schéma imprimé sur le module. Noter que les numéros de broche
de rangée A correspondent à la rangée B sur le module.
English
French
English
French
12/24 VDC
12/24 V cc
Model
Modèle
Vacant
Libre
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
85
(18)
Model
A1S42Y
Rated Load Voltage
12/24 VDC
Internal
control
circuit
Internal
control
1/8th duty.
R
R
R
YD0
Resistors to limit
Y00
B12 LED current
YD1
A12
YD2
B11
YD3
A11
YD4
B10
YD5
A10
YD6
B9
YD7
A9
YSCN0
B8
YSCN1
A8
YSCN2
B7
YSCN3
A7
YSCN4
B6
YSCN5
A6
YSCN6
YSCN7
B12
B11
B10
B9
B8
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
Output terminals
Pin No. *3
A1S42Y
Internal
control
circuit
Pin Arrangement
Y08 Y10 Y18 Y20 Y28 Y30 Y38
Y01 Y09 Y11 Y19 Y21 Y29 Y31 Y39
Y02 Y0A Y12 Y1A Y22 Y2A Y32 Y3A
Y03 Y0B Y13 Y1B Y23 Y2B Y33 Y3B
Y04 Y0C Y14 Y1C Y24 Y2C Y34 Y3C
Y05 Y0D Y15 Y1D Y25 Y2D Y35 Y3D
Y06 Y0E Y16 Y1E Y26 Y2E Y36 Y3E
Y07 Y0F Y17 Y1F Y27 Y2F Y37 Y3F
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
Seen from front
face of the module
Signal
Name
(FH)
B12 YD0
B11 YD2
B10 YD4
B9
YD6
B8 YSCN0
B7 YSCN2
B6 YSCN4
B5 YSCN6
B4 Vacant
12/24
B3
VDC
B2
0V
B1 Vacant
Pin
No.
B5
A5
B3A3
12/24 VDC
B2A2
*1 The fuse in the output module is provided to prevent the
external wiring from burning in the event of a short circuit
in the module’s output. Consequently, it may not be able to
protect output devices.
If an output device is damaged in a failure mode other than
a short circuit, the fuse might not be blown.
*2 The "ERR." LED will alxo come ON when the external
power supply is cut.
*3 Mount the resistors to limit LED current
externally to the A1S42Y.
*4 The power supply voltage (12/24VDC) is
applied in the LED’s reverse direction.
If the peak inverse voltage is insufficient, connect
protective diodes in series with each of the LEDs.
*1 Le rôle du fusible du module de sortie est d'éviter
d'endommager le câblage externe dans l'éventualité d'un
court-circuit de la sortie de module. Il ne peut donc assurer
la protection des dispositifs de sortie.
Si un dispositif de de sortie est endommagé en un mode
de défaillance autre qu'un court-circuit, il se peut que le
fusible ne saute pas.
*2 La diode lumineuse "ERR" s'allume aussi quand
l'alimentation externe est coupée.
*3 Installer des résistances pour limiter le courant
LED à l'extérieur du A1S42Y.
*4 La tension d'alimentation (12/24 V cc)
s'exerce en sens inverse de la LED.
Si la tension inverse de pointe est insuffisante, raccorder
des diodes de protection en série avec chacune des LED.
86
Signal
Name
(FH)
A12 YD1
A11 YD3
A10 YD5
A9
YD7
A8 YSCN1
A7 YSCN3
A6 YSCN5
A5 YSCN7
A4 Vacant
12/24
A3
VDC
A2
0V
A1 Vacant
Pin
No.
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French
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French
Model
Modèle
Internal control circuit
Circuit de commande interne
Output terminals
Bornes de sortie
Internal control 1/8th duty
Commande interne facteur d'utilisation
1/8ème
Pin No.
Broche N°
Pin Arrangement
Attribution des broches
Signal Name
Nom de signal
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
Vacant
Libre
Resistors to limit LED current
Résistance de limitation du courant LED
VDC
V cc
Seen from front face of the
module
Vu depuis le devant du module
87
5.3
5.3.1
Model
Input/output combined modules
Input/output combined module specifications
Type
A1SH42
A1SH42P
A1SH42-S1 DC Input
A1SH42P-S1 (sink type)
A1SX48Y18
A1SX48Y58
Model
Type
No. of
Points
Rated Input Voltage
Input
Current
12/24VDC
OFF
Voltage
2/5mA
8VDC or
higher
4VDC or
lower
24VDC
5mA
15VDC or
higher
3VDC or
lower
24VDC
7mA
14VDC or
higher
6.5VDC or
lower
32
8
No. of
Points
Rated
Load
Voltage
Max. Load Current
1 Point
A1SH42
A1SH42P
A1SH42-S1
32
2A
12/
24VDC
0.1A
24VDC
240VAC
2A
8A
12/
24VDC
0.5A
2A
1.6A
A1SH42P-S1
Relay
Output
Transistor
A1SX48Y58
Output
(sink type)
2A
A1SX48Y18
8
Max. Output
Response Time
Common OFF to ON
1.6A
Transistor
Output
(sink type)
Operating Voltage
ON Voltage
ON to OFF
2ms or
lower
1ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
1ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
1ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
1ms or
lower
12ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
For all modules, the insulation system is photocoupler insulation and the operation
status is provided by LED indications.
88
Max. Simultaneous Input Points
(Percentage Simultaneously ON)
60%(24VDC)
100%(26.4VDC)
Points/
Commo
n
Field
Wiring
Surge
Suppressi
on
Fu
Ra
3.
32
40-pin
Connecto
r
Zener
diode
No
None
No
Zener
diode
3.
3.
No
8
Terminal
d Input
tage
4VDC
VDC
VDC
Operating Voltage
ON
OFF
Voltage
Voltage
8VDC or 4VDC or
2/5mA
higher
lower
15VDC or 3VDC or
5mA
higher
lower
14VDC or 6.5VDC
7mA
higher
or lower
Input
Current
Max. Load
Current
Point Comm
1.6A
0.1A
2A
1.6A
2A
2A
8A
0.5A
2A
Max. Output
Response Time
OFF to
ON to
2ms or
lower
1ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
1ms or
lower
10ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
1ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
1ms or
lower
12ms or
lower
2ms or
lower
Max. Response Time
Max. Simultaneous Input Points
(Percentage Simultaneously ON)
OFF to ON
ON to OFF
No. of
Occupied
Points
10ms or lower 10ms or lower
60%(24VDC)
32
0.3ms or lower 0.3ms or lower
100%(26.4VDC)
Points/
Surge
Field Wiring
Common
Suppression
32
8
40-pin
Connector
10ms or lower 10ms or lower
External
Power Supply
(TYP 24VDC)
Current
External
Current
Consumption
(5VDC)
3.2A
0.008A
0.5A
None
0.012A
0.13A
3.2A
0.008A
0.5A
Fuse
Rating
Zener diode
8
No. of
Occupied
Points
32
None
0.012A
0.13A
None
None
0.045A
0.085A
Zener diode
3.2A
0.06A
0.06A
Terminal
16
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5.3.2
Input/output composite module connections
Connexions du module composite entrée/sortie
Model
A1SH42
(1)
A1SH42P
A1SH42-S1
A1SH42P-S1
X00
X01
X02
X03
X04
X05
X06
X07
X08
X09
X0A
X0B
X0C
X0D
X0E
X0F
Rated Input
Voltage
Rated Load
Voltage
12/24 VDC
12/24 VDC
24 VDC
12/24 VDC
B20 A20
B19 A19
B18 A18
B17 A17
B16 A16
B15 A15
B14 A14
B13 A13
B12 A12
B11 A11
B10 A10
B9 A9
B8 A8
B7 A7
B6 A6
B5 A5
X10
L
X11
L
X12
L
X13
L
X14
L
X15
L
X16
L
X17
L
X18
L
X19
L
X1A
L
X1B
L
X1C
L
X1D
L
X1E
L
X1F
L
Y00
Y01
Y02
Y03
Y04
Y05
Y06
Y07
Y08
Y09
Y0A
Y0B
Y0C
Y0D
Y0E
Y0F
Vacant
B4 A4
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
- + COM
B3 A3
Vacant
B2 A2
Vacant
Vacant
12/24 VDC
B1 A1
Vacant
12/24 VDC
COM
X (Input side)
(Côté entrée)
B20 A20
B19 A19
B18 A18
B17 A17
B16 A16
B15 A15
B14 A14
B13 A13
Y10
Y11
Y12
Y13
Y14
Y15
Y16
Y17
Y18
B12 A12
B11 A11
B10 A10
B9 A9
B8 A8
B7 A7
B6 A6
B5 A5
Y19
Y1A
Y1B
Y1C
Y1D
Y1E
Y1F
B4 A4
Vacant
B3 A3
Vacant
COM -
B2 A2
B1 A1
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
+
COM
Y (Output side)
(Côté sortie)
*1
B1 and B2 are connected internally.
*3
*1
B1 et B2 sont connectés à l'intérieur.
*3
B1 and B2 , and A1 and A2 , are
connected internally.
B1 et B2 , ainsi que A1 et A2 , sont
connectés à l'intérieur.
*2 The A and B pin number rows shown above are transposed with respect to the diagram of
the A and B rows which is printed on the module. Remember that the A row pin numbers
correspond to the B row of the module.
*2 Les rangées de broches A et B ci-dessous correspondent aux rangées de broches
marquées A et B sur le schéma imprimé sur le module. Noter que les numéros de broche
de rangée A correspondent à la rangée B sur le module.
90
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French
English
French
Vacant
Libre
Model
Modèle
VDC
V cc
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
Model
Rated Input
Voltage
A1SX48Y18
24 VDC
(2)
Rated Load
Voltage
24 VDC/
240 VAC
X01
X03
X05
X07
Y08
Y0A
Y0C
Y0E
COM2
0V
L
L
L
L
Model
(3)
A1SX48Y58
Rated Input
Voltage
24 VDC
X00
X02
X04
X06
COM1
Y09
Y0B
Y0D
Y0F
24VDC
-
+
L
L
L
L
+
-
24VDC
(For relay drive)
Rated Load
Voltage
12/24 VDC
L
L
L
L
English
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
X01
X03
X05
X07
Y08
Y0A
Y0C
Y0E
12/24 VDC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
French
X00
X02
X04
X06
COM1
Y09
Y0B
Y0D
Y0F
COM2
+
-
L
L
L
L
+
English
French
For relay drive
Pour attaque du relais
VAC
V ca
VDC
V cc
Vacant
Libre
Model
Modèle
Rated Load Voltage
Tension nominale d'entrée
91
6. ERROR CODES
If a fault occurs at the start or during RUN of the programmable
controller, the self-diagnostics function gives an error indication or
stores an error code (including the step number) in the special register.
6.1
Reading the Error Code
If an error occurs, its code, message and others can be read with a
peripheral device.
For details of how to operate the peripheral device, refer to the
operating manual of your peripheral device.
92
6.2 Error Code List
This section explains the error definitions, causes and actions of error
codes, error messages and detailed error codes.
Table 6.1 Error Code List
Error
Massage
Error
Code
(D9008)
Detailed
Error
CPU
Code
States
(D9091)
Error and Cause
Corrective Action
Instruction codes which
the CPU module cannot
decode are included in
the program.
(1) Read the error step
using a peripheral
device and correct
the program of the
step.
(2) Check the ROM if it
contains instruction
codes which cannot
be decoded. If it
does, replace it with
a correct ROM.
Index qualification is
specified for a 32-bit
constant.
STOP Device specified by a
dedicated instruction is
not correct.
A dedicated instruction
has incorrect program
structure.
A dedicated instruction
has incorrect command
name.
Index qualification using
Z or V is included in the
program between
LEDA/B IX and
LEDA/B IXEND .
Read the error step using
a peripheral device and
correct the program of
the step.
"INSTRCT
CODE
ERR"
101
102
10
103
104
(Checked
when
STOP
RUN or at
execution
of
instruction.)
105
106
93
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Error
Code
(D9008)
Detailed
Error
CPU
Code
States
(D9091)
"INSTRCT
CODE
ERR"
107
10
Error and Cause
(1) Index qualification is
specified for the
device numbers and
set values in the
OUT instruction of
timers and counters.
(2) Index qualification is
specified at the label
number of the
pointer (P) provided
to the head of
destination of the
STOP
CJ , SCJ , CALL ,
CALLP , JMP ,
LEDA/B FCALL and
Corrective Action
Read the error step using
a peripheral device and
correct the program of
the step.
LEDA/BBREAK
(Checked
when
STOP
RUN or at
execution
of
instruction.)
108
"PARAMET
ER
ERROR"
111
11
112
(Checked
at power on
and at
STOP/
PAUSE
RUN.)
113
114
instructions or at the
label number of the
interrupt pointer (I)
provided to the head
of an interrupt
program.
Errors other than 101 to
107 mentioned above.
Capacity settings of the
main and sub programs,
microcomputer program,
file register comments,
status latch, sampling
trace and extension file
registers are not within
the usable range of the
CPU.
Total of the set capacity
STOP of the main and sub
programs, file register
comments, status latch,
sampling trace and
extension file registers
exceeds capacity of the
memory cassette.
Latch range set by
parameters or setting of
M, L or S is incorrect.
Sum check error
94
Read parameters in the
CPU memory, check the
contents, make
necessary corrections
and write them again to
the memory.
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Error
Code
(D9008)
Detailed
Error
CPU
Code
States
(D9091)
"PARAMET
ER
ERROR"
115
11
116
(Checked
at power on
and at
STOP/
PAUSE
RUN.)
117
118
"MISSING
END INS"
121
12
(Checked
at STOP
RUN.)
122
"CAN'T
EXECUTE
(P)"
131
13
(Checked
at
execution
of
instruction.)
132
Error and Cause
Either of settings of the
remote RUN/PAUSE
contact point by
parameters, operation
mode at occurrence of
error, annunciator
indication mode, or
STOP RUN indication
STOP mode is incorrect.
The MNET-MINI
automatic refresh setting
by parameters is
incorrect.
Timer setting by
parameters is incorrect.
Counter setting by
parameters is incorrect.
The END ( FEND )
instruction is not given in
the main program.
END ( FEND )
STOP The
instruction is not given in
the sub program if the
sub program is set by
parameters.
The same device number
is used at two or more
steps for the pointers (P)
and interrupt pointers (I)
used as labels to be
specified at the head of
jump destination.
STOP
Label of the pointer (P)
specified in the CJ , SCJ ,
CALL , CALLP , JMP ,
LEDA/B FCALL or
LEDA/BBREAK instruction
is not provided before the
END instruction.
95
Corrective Action
Read parameters in the
CPU memory, check the
contents, make
necessary corrections
and write them again to
the memory.
Write the END instruction
at the end of the main
program.
Write the END instruction
at the end of the sub
program.
Eliminate the same
pointer numbers
provided at the head of
jump destination.
Read the error step using
a peripheral device,
check contents and insert
a jump destination
pointer (P).
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Detailed
Error
Error
CPU
Code
Code
States
(D9008)
(D9091)
Error and Cause
(1) The RET instruction
was included in the
program and
executed though the
CALL instruction was
not given.
(2) The NEXT and
"CAN'T
EXECUTE
(P)"
LEDA/BBREAK
133
13
134
instructions were
included in the
program and
executed though the
FOR instruction was
not given.
(3) Nesting level of the
CALL , CALLP and FOR
instructions is 6
levels or deeper, and
the 6th level was
executed.
STOP (4) There is no RET or
NEXT instruction at
execution of the
CALL or FOR
instruction.
The CHG instruction was
included in the program
and executed though no
sub program was
provided.
135
(1) Read the error step
using a peripheral
device, check
contents and correct
program of the step.
(2) Reduce the number
of nesting levels of
the CALL , CALLP and
FOR instructions to 5
or less.
Read the error step using
a peripheral device and
delete the CHG instruction
circuit block.
(1) Read the error step
using a peripheral
LEDA/B IXEND
device, check
instructions are not
contents and correct
paired.
program of the step.
(2) There are 33 or more (2) Reduce the number
sets of LEDA/B IX and
of sets of LEDA/B IX
LEDA/B IXEND
and LEDA/B IXEND
instructions.
instructions to 32 or
less.
(1)
(Checked
at
execution
of
instruction.)
Corrective Action
LEDA/B IX
96
and
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Detailed
Error
Error
CPU
Code
Code
States
(D9008)
(D9091)
"CHK
FORMAT
ERR"
141
142
143
144
14
145
Error and Cause
Instructions (including
NOP ) other than LDX ,
LDIX , ANDX and ANIX are
included in the CHK
instruction circuit block.
Multiple CHK instructions
are given.
The number of contact
points in the
CHK instruction circuit
block exceeds 150.
The LEDA CHK instructions
are not paired with the
LEDA CHKEND instructions,
or 2 or more pairs of them
STOP
are given.
Format of the block
shown below, which is
provided before the CHK
instruction circuit block, is
not as specified.
P254
146
(Checked
at STOP/
PAUSE
RUN.)
147
CHK D1D2
Device number of D1 in
the CHK D1D2 instruction is
different from that of the
contact point before the
CJ P instruction.
Index qualification is
used in the check pattern
circuit.
97
Corrective Action
Check the program of the
CHK instruction and
correct it referring to
contents of detailed error
codes.
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Error
Code
(D9008)
Detailed
Error
CPU
Code
States
(D9091)
Error and Cause
Corrective Action
(1) Multiple check
pattern circuits of the
LEDA CHK -
"CHK
FORMAT
ERR"
LEDA CHKEND
instructions are
given.
(2) There are 7 or more
check condition
circuits in the
LEDA CHK LEDA CHKEND
14
148
instructions.
(3) The check condition
circuits in the
LEDA CHK STOP
LEDA CHKEND
instructions are
written without using
X and Y contact
instructions or
compare
instructions.
(4) The check pattern
circuits of the
LEDA CHK -
(Checked
at STOP/
PAUSE
RUN.)
LEDA CHKEND
"CAN'T
EXECUTE
(I)"
151
152
15
(Checked
at
occurrence
of
interrupt.)
Check the program of the
CHK instruction and
correct it referring to
contents of detailed error
codes.
153
instructions are
written with 257 or
more steps.
The IRET instruction was
given outside of the
interrupt program and
was executed.
Read the error step using
a peripheral device and
delete the IRET
instruction.
Check the interrupt
There is no IRET
program if the IRET
instruction in the interrupt instruction is given in it.
program.
Write the IRET instruction
if it is not given.
STOP Though an interrupt
module is used, no
interrupt pointer (I) which
corresponds to the
module is given in the
program. Upon
occurrence of error, the
problem pointer (I)
number is stored at
D9011.
98
Monitor special register
D9011 using a peripheral
device, and check if the
interrupt program that
corresponds to the stored
data is provided or if two
or more interrupt pointers
(I) of the same number
are given. Make
necessary corrections.
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
"CASSETTE
ERROR"
Detailed
Error
Error
CPU
Code
Code States
(D9008)
(D9091)
16
"RAM
ERROR"
—
201
202
(Checked at
power on.)
20
"RAM
ERROR"
(Checked at
execution of
END
processing.)
203
204
"OPE
CIRCUIT
ERROR"
211
212
(Checked at
power on.)
"OPE.
CIRCUIT
ERR."
(Checked at
execution of
the END
instruction.)
213
21
214
215
Error and Cause
(1) A memory card is
inserted or
removed while the
STOP
CPU module is ON.
(2) An invalid memory
card is inserted.
The sequence program
storage RAM in the
CPU module caused an
error.
The work area RAM in
the CPU module
caused an error.
STOP The device memory in
the CPU module
caused an error.
Corrective Action
(1) Do not insert or
remove a memory
card while the CPU
module is ON.
(2) Insert an available
memory card.
Since this is CPU
hardware error, consult
Mitsubishi
representative.
The address RAM in the
CPU module caused an
error.
The operation circuit for
index qualification in the
CPU does not work
correctly.
Hardware (logic) in the
CPU does not operate
correctly.
The operation circuit for
sequential processing
in the CPU does not
STOP
operate correctly.
In the END processing
check, the operation
circuit for index
qualification in the CPU
does not work correctly.
In the END processing
check, the hardware in
the CPU does not
operate correctly.
99
Since this is CPU
hardware error, consult
Mitsubishi
representative.
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Error
Code
(D9008)
Detailed
Error
CPU
Code States
(D9091)
"WDT
ERROR"
22
—
24
241
26
—
(Checked at
execution of
END
processing.)
"END NOT
EXECUTE"
(Checked at
execution of
the END
instruction.)
"MAIN CPU
DOWN"
Error and Cause
Corrective Action
(1) Check the scan time
of the user's
Scan time is longer than
program and shorten
the WDT time.
it using the CJ
(1) Scan time of the
instructions.
user's program has
(2) Monitor contents of
been extended due
special register
to certain
D9005 using a
STOP
conditions.
peripheral device. If
(2) Scan time has
the contents are
been extended due
other than 0, power
to momentary
supply voltage may
power failure
not be stable. Check
occurred during
power supply and
scanning.
reduce variation in
voltage.
Whole program of
specified program
capacity was executed
without executing the
END instructions.
(1) When the END
(1) Reset and run the
instruction was to
CPU again. If the
be executed, the
same error recurs,
STOP
instruction was
Since this is CPU
read as other
hardware error,
instruction code
consult Mitsubishi
due to noise.
representative.
(2) The END instruction
changed to other
instruction code
due to unknown
cause.
Since this is CPU
The main CPU is
hardware error, consult
STOP
malfunctioning or faulty. Mitsubishi
representative.
100
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Error
Code
(D9008)
Detailed
Error
CPU
Code States
(D9091)
—
—
(1) Check the FUSE
BLOWN indicator
LED on the output
module and replace
the fuse.
(2) Read detailed error
code using a
peripheral device
and replace the fuse
of the output module
Stop (1) There is an output
which corresponds
or
module of which
to the data (I/O head
Contin
fuse is blown.
number).
ue (set (2) The external power
Or, monitor special
by
supply for output
registers D9100 to
param
load is turned OFF
D9107 using a
eter)
or is not connected.
peripheral device
and replace the fuse
of the output module
of which
corresponding data
bit is "1".
(3) Check the ON/OFF
status of the external
power supply for
output load.
(Checked
continuously.)
"FUSE
BREAK OFF"
32
(Checked
continuously.)
Corrective Action
Current I/O module
information is different
from that recognised
when the power was
Stop
turned on.
or
(1) The I/O module
Contin
(including special
ue (set
function modules)
by
connection became
param
loose or the module
eter)
was disconnected
during operation, or
wrong module was
connected.
"UNIT
VERIFY
ERR"
31
Error and Cause
101
Read detailed error code
using a peripheral device
and check or replace the
module which
corresponds to the data
(I/O head number).
Or, monitor special
registers D9116 to
D9123 using a peripheral
device and check or
replace the modules if
corresponding data bit is
"1".
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Detailed
Error
Error
CPU
Code
Code
States
(D9008)
(D9091)
401
402
"CONTRO
L-BUS
ERR"
40
403
405
Error and Cause
Due to the error of the
control bus which
connects to special
function modules, the
FROM / TO instruction
cannot be executed.
If parameter I/O
assignment is being
executed, special
function modules are not
accessible at initial
communication.
At error occurrence, the
head I/O number (upper 2
digits of 3 digits) of the
special function module
that caused error is
STOP stored at D9010.
Hardware failure.
Corrective Action
Since it is a hardware
error of special function
module, CPU module or
base module, replace
and check defective
module(s). Consult
Mitsubishi representative
for defective modules.
(1) Connect the
(1) The expansion cable
expansion cable
is not properly
properly.
connected.
(2) The hardware failure
(2) QA1S base failure.
occurs in the special
The base information
function, CPU, or
is different from that
base module.
obtained at power
Replace the module
on.
and find the faulty
The failed base is
one. Describe the
stored in D9068 as a
problem to the
bit pattern.
nearest system
The failed base is
service, retail store,
stored in D9010 from
or corporate office,
the upper stage.
and obtain advice.
102
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Error
Code
(D9008)
Detailed
Error
CPU
Code
States
(D9091)
411
"SP.UNIT
DOWN"
41
412
"LINK
UNIT
ERROR"
42
—
"I/O INT.
ERROR"
43
—
441
"SP.UNIT
LAY.ERR."
44
442
443
444
Error and Cause
Though an access was
made to a special
function module at
execution of the FROM / TO
instruction no response is
received.
If parameter I/O
assignment is being
STOP executed, no response is
received from a special
function module at initial
communication.
At error occurrence, the
head I/O number (upper 2
digits of 3 digits) of the
special function module
that caused error is
stored at D9011.
Corrective Action
Since it is hardware error
of the special function
module to which an
access was made,
consult Mitsubishi
representative.
Specify one of data link
Two of data link module is
Contin
module as a master
specified as master
ue
station and another as a
stations.
local station.
Since it is hardware error
of a module, replace and
Though the interrupt
check a defective
STOP module is not loaded, an module. For defective
interrupt occurred.
modules, consult
Mitsubishi
representative.
A special function module Execute I/O assignment
is assigned as an I/O
again using parameters
module, or vice versa, in from the peripheral
the I/O assignment using device according to the
parameters from the
loading status of special
peripheral device.
function modules.
There are 9 or more
Reduce the special
special function modules
function modules (except
(except the interrupt
the interrupt module)
STOP module) which can
which can execute
execute interruption to
interrupt start to 8 or less.
the CPU module loaded.
There are 2 or more data Reduce the data link
link modules loaded.
modules to 1 or less.
There are 7 or more
modules such as a
Reduce the computer link
computer link module
modules to 6 or less.
loaded to one CPU
module.
103
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Detailed
Error
Error
CPU
Code
Code
States
(D9008)
(D9091)
445
"SP.UNIT
LAY.ERR."
44
446
447
"SP.UNIT
LAY.ERR."
44
Error and Cause
There are 2 or more
interrupt modules
loaded.
Modules assigned by
STOP parameters for MNT/
MINI automatic refresh
from the peripheral
device do not conform
with the types of station
modules actually linked.
The number of modules
of I/O assignment
registration (number of
loaded modules) per one
CPU module for the
special function modules
which can use dedicated
instructions is larger than
the specified limit. (Total
of the number of
computers shown below
is larger than 1344.)
STOP
449
Reduce the interrupt
modules to 1.
Perform again module
assignment for MNT/
MINI automatic refresh
with parameters
according to actually
linked station modules.
Reduce the number of
loaded special function
modules.
*Available when the
extension mode is used.
(A1SJ71C24-R2(PRF/R4) 10)
(A1SJ71UC24 10)
(A1SJ71PT32-S3 125)
+
(A1SJ71PT32(S3) * 125)
Total
448
Corrective Action
1344
(1) Five or more network
modules have been
installed.
(2) A total of five or more
of network modules
and data link
modules have been
installed.
An invalid base module is
used.
Failure of base module
hardware.
104
(1) Reduce the number
to four or less.
(2) Reduce the total
number to four or
less.
Use an available base
module.
Replace the failed base
module.
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Error
Code
(D9008)
"SP.UNIT
ERROR"
(Checked
at
execution
of the
FROM/TO
instruction
or the
dedicated
instructions
for special
function
modules.)
Detailed
Error
CPU
Code
States
(D9091)
461
46
462
Error and Cause
Module specified by the
instruction is
not a special function
module.
FROM / TO
Corrective Action
Read the error step using
a peripheral device and
check and correct
contents of the FROM / TO
instruction of the step.
(1) Module specified by
the dedicated
instruction for special
function module is
(1) Read the error step
Stop
not a special function
using a peripheral
or
module or not a
device and check
Contin
corresponding
and correct contents
ue (set
special
function
of the dedicated
by
module.
instruction for special
param
function modules of
eter) (2) A command was
issued to a CC-Link
the step.
module with function (2) Replace with a CCversion under B.
Link module having
(3) A CC-Link dedicated
function version B
command was
and above.
issued to a CC-Link (3) Set the parameters.
module for which the
network parameters
have not been set.
105
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Detailed
Error
Error
CPU
Code
Code
States
(D9008)
(D9091)
0
"LINK
PARA.
ERROR"
47
470
Error and Cause
[When using
MELSECNET/(II)]
(1) When the link range
at a data link CPU
which is also a
master station
(station number =
00) is set by
parameter setting at
a peripheral device,
for some reason the
data written to the
link parameter area
differs from the link
parameter data read
by the CPU.
Alternatively, no link
parameters have
Stop
been written.
or
(2) The total number of
Contin
slave stations is set
ue (set
at 0.
by
(3) The head I/O
param
number of the
eter)
network parameters
is incorrect.
[When using
MELSECNET/10]
(1) The contents of the
network refresh
parameters written
from a peripheral
device differ from the
actual system at the
base unit.
(2) The network refresh
parameters have not
been written.
(3) The head I/O
number of the
network parameters
is incorrect.
106
Corrective Action
(1) Write the parameters
again and check.
(2) Check the station
number settings.
(3) Check the head I/O
number of the
network parameters.
(4) Persistent error
occurrence may
indicate a hardware
fault. Consult your
nearest Mitsubishi
representative,
explaining the nature
of the problem.
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Error
Code
(D9008)
Detailed
Error
CPU
Code
States
(D9091)
471
"LINK
PARA.
ERROR"
47
472
Error and Cause
[When using
MELSECNET/10]
(1) The transfer source
device range and
transfer destination
device range
specified for the
inter-network
transfer parameters
are in the same
network.
(2) The specified range
of transfer source
devices or transfer
Stop
destination devices
or
for the inter-network
Contin
transfer parameters
ue (set
spans two or more
by
networks.
param (3) The specified range
eter)
of transfer source
devices or transfer
destination devices
for the inter-network
transfer parameters
is not used by the
network.
[When using
MELSECNET/10]
The contents of the
routing parameters
written from a peripheral
device differ from the
actual network system.
107
Corrective Action
(1) Write the parameters
again and check.
(2) Check the station
number settings.
(3) Check the head I/O
number of the
network parameters.
(4) Persistent error
occurrence may
indicate a hardware
fault. Consult your
nearest Mitsubishi
representative,
explaining the nature
of the problem.
Write the network refresh
parameters again and
check.
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Error
Code
(D9008)
Detailed
Error
CPU
Code
States
(D9091)
473
"LINK
PARA.
ERROR"
47
474
475
Error and Cause
[When using
MELSECNET/10]
(1) The contents of the
network parameters
for the first link unit,
written from a
peripheral device,
differ from the actual
network system.
(2) The link parameters
for the first link unit
have not been
written.
(3) The setting for the
total number of
stations is 0.
[When using
MELSECNET/10]
(1) The contents of the
network parameters
for the second link
Stop
unit, written from a
or
peripheral device,
Contin
differ from the actual
ue (set
network system.
by
(2) The link parameters
param
for the second link
eter)
unit have not been
written.
(3) The setting for the
total number of
stations is 0.
[When using
MELSECNET/10]
(1) The contents of the
network parameters
for the third link unit,
written from a
peripheral device,
differ from the actual
network system.
(2) The link parameters
for the third link unit
have not been
written.
(3) The setting for the
total number of
stations is 0.
108
Corrective Action
(1) Write the parameters
again and check.
(2) Check the station
number settings.
(3) Persistent error
occurrence may
indicate a hardware
fault. Consult your
nearest Mitsubishi
representative,
explaining the nature
of the problem.
(1) Write the parameters
again and check.
(2) Check the station
number settings.
(3) Persistent error
occurrence may
indicate a hardware
fault. Consult your
nearest Mitsubishi
representative,
explaining the nature
of the problem.
(1) Write the parameters
again and check.
(2) Check the station
number settings.
(3) Persistent error
occurrence may
indicate a hardware
fault. Consult your
nearest Mitsubishi
representative,
explaining the nature
of the problem.
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
"LINK
PARA.
ERROR"
Error
Code
(D9008)
Detailed
Error
CPU
Code
States
(D9091)
476
47
Stop
or
Contin
ue (set
by
param
eter)
477
"OPERATI
ON
ERROR"
501
50
502
(Checked
at
execution
of
instruction.)
503
504
Stop
or
Contin
ue (set
by
param
eter)
Error and Cause
[When using
MELSECNET/10]
(1) The contents of the
network parameters
for the fourth link
unit, written from a
peripheral device,
differ from the actual
network system.
(2) The link parameters
for the fourth link unit
have not been
written.
(3) The setting for the
total number of
stations is 0.
A link parameter error
was detected by the CCLink module.
(1) When file registers
(R) are used,
operation is
executed outside of
specified ranges of
device numbers and
block numbers of file
registers (R).
(2) File registers are
used in the program
without setting
capacity of file
registers.
Combination of the
devices specified by
instruction is incorrect.
Stored data or constant
of specified device is not
in the unable range.
Set number of data to be
handled is out of the
unable range.
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Corrective Action
(1) Write the parameters
again and check.
(2) Check the station
number settings.
(3) Persistent error
occurrence may
indicate a hardware
fault. Consult your
nearest Mitsubishi
representative,
explaining the nature
of the problem.
Read the error step using
a peripheral device and
check and correct
program of the step.
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Error
Code
(D9008)
Detailed
Error
CPU
Code
States
(D9091)
"OPERATI
ON
ERROR"
505
506
50
507
(Checked
at
execution
of
instruction.)
508
Error and Cause
(1) Station number
specified by the
LEDA/BLRDP ,
LEDA/BLWTP , LRDP ,
LWTP instructions is
not a local station.
(2) Head I/O number
specified by the
LEDA/BRFRP ,
LEDA/BRTOP , RFRP ,
RTOP instructions is
not of a remote
station.
Head I/O number
specified by the
LEDA/BRFRP , LEDA/BRFRP ,
RFRP , RTOP instructions is
not of a special function
Stop module.
or
Contin (1) When the AD57(S1)
or AD58 was
ue (set
executing
by
instructions in
param
divided processing
eter)
mode, other
instructions were
executed to either of
them.
(2) When an AD57(S1)
or AD58 was
executing
instructions in
divided processing
mode, other
instructions were
executed in divided
mode to another
AD57(S1) or AD58.
A CC-Link dedicated
command was issued to
three or more CC-Link
modules.
110
Corrective Action
Read the error step using
a peripheral device and
check and correct
program of the step.
AD57 (S1) and AD58
cannot be used with
QCPU-A.
Review the program.
The CC-Link dedicated
command can be issued
only to two or less CCLink modules.
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Detailed
Error
Error
CPU
Code
Code
States
(D9008)
(D9091)
"OPERATI
ON
ERROR"
50
(Checked
at
execution
of
instruction.)
509
Error and Cause
(1) An instruction which
cannot be executed
by remote terminal
modules connected
to the MNET/MINIS3 was executed to
the modules.
(2) Though there are 32
entries of FROM or TO
instructions
registered with a PRC
instruction in the
mailbox (memory
area waiting for
execution), another
PRC instruction is
executed to cause
Stop
an overflow in the
or
mail box (memory
Contin
area waiting for
ue (set
execution).
by
(3) The PIDCONT
param
instruction was
eter)
executed without
executing the PIDINIT
instruction.
The PID57 instruction
was executed
without executing the
PIDINIT or PIDCONT
instruction.
The program
presently executed
was specified by the
ZCHG instruction.
(4) The number of CCLink dedicated
command executed
in one scan
exceeded 10.
111
Corrective Action
(1) Read the error step
using a peripheral
device and correct
the program,
meeting loaded
conditions of remote
terminal modules.
(2) Use special register
D9081 (number of
empty entries in
mailbox) or special
relay M9081 (BUSY
signal of mail box) to
suppress registration
or execution of the
PRC instruction.
(3) Correct the program
specified by the
ZCHG instruction to
other.
(4) Set the number of
CC-Link dedicated
commands executed
in one scan to 10 or
less.
Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue)
Error
Massage
Error
Code
(D9008)
Detailed
Error
CPU
Code
States
(D9091)
60
61
"MAIN CPU
DOWN"
—
62
"BATTERY
ERROR"
70
(Checked
at power
on.)
—
Error and Cause
Corrective Action
(1) Take proper
countermeasures for
(1) The CPU
noise.
malfunctioned due to
(2) Since it is hardware
noise.
error, consult
(2) Hardware failure.
Mitsubishi
representative.
(1)
The
power
supply
(1)
Correct
the power
STOP
module detected an
waveform applied to
incorrect power
the power supply
waveform.
module.
(2) Failure of the power (2) Replace the power
module, CPU
module, CPU
module, main base
module, main base
unit or expansion
unit or expansion
cable is detected.
cable.
(1) The battery voltage
for the CPU module
has dropped below (1) Replace the battery
the specified value.
of the CPU module.
(2) The lead connector (2) Connect the lead
of the CPU module
connector when
Contin
battery is
using the built-in
ue
disconnected.
RAM or the memory
(M9006 is ON.)
retention function
(3) The battery voltage
during power failure.
for the memory card (3) Replace the battery
has dropped below
of the memory card.
the specified value.
(M9048 is ON.)
112
7. TRANSPORTATION PRECAUTIONS
When transporting lithium batteries, make sure to treat them based on
the transportation regulations.
7.1 Relevant Models
The batteries for the QCPU-A is classified as shown in the table below.
Product Name
Model
Battery
Q6BAT
SRAM card battery Q2MEM-BAT
Memory card
Description
Lithium battery
Lithium coin battery
Packed with lithium coin
Q2MEM-1MBS
battery(Q2MEM-BAT)
Handled As
Non-dangerous goods
7.2 Transportation Guidelines
Products are packed properly in compliance with the transportation
regulations prior to shipment. When repacking any of the unpacked
products to transport it to another location, make sure to observe the
IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, IMDG Code and other local
transportation regulations.
For details, please consult your transportation company.
113
APPENDIX
Appendix 1 Marking and Information Disclosure for the
Restriction on Use of Hazardous Substances in
Electrical and Electronic Products Required by
the New China RoHS
114
Memo
115
WARRANTY
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1. Gratis Warranty Term and Gratis Warranty Range
If any faults or defects (hereinafter "Failure") found to be the responsibility of Mitsubishi occurs during use of
the product within the gratis warranty term, the product shall be repaired at no cost via the sales
representative or Mitsubishi Service Company.
However, if repairs are required onsite at domestic or overseas location, expenses to send an engineer will
be solely at the customer's discretion. Mitsubishi shall not be held responsible for any re-commissioning,
maintenance, or testing on-site that involves replacement of the failed module.
[Gratis Warranty Term]
The gratis warranty term of the product shall be for one year after the date of purchase or delivery to a
designated place.
Note that after manufacture and shipment from Mitsubishi, the maximum distribution period shall be six (6)
months, and the longest gratis warranty term after manufacturing shall be eighteen (18) months. The gratis
warranty term of repair parts shall not exceed the gratis warranty term before repairs.
[Gratis Warranty Range]
(1) The range shall be limited to normal use within the usage state, usage methods and usage environment,
etc., which follow the conditions and precautions, etc., given in the instruction manual, user's manual and
caution labels on the product.
(2) Even within the gratis warranty term, repairs shall be charged for in the following cases.
1. Failure occurring from inappropriate storage or handling, carelessness or negligence by the user.
Failure caused by the user's hardware or software design.
2. Failure caused by unapproved modifications, etc., to the product by the user.
3. When the Mitsubishi product is assembled into a user's device, Failure that could have been avoided if
functions or structures, judged as necessary in the legal safety measures the user's device is subject
to or as necessary by industry standards, had been provided.
4. Failure that could have been avoided if consumable parts (battery, backlight, fuse, etc.) designated in
the instruction manual had been correctly serviced or replaced.
5. Failure caused by external irresistible forces such as fires or abnormal voltages, and Failure caused
by force majeure such as earthquakes, lightning, wind and water damage.
6. Failure caused by reasons unpredictable by scientific technology standards at time of shipment from
Mitsubishi.
7. Any other failure found not to be the responsibility of Mitsubishi or that admitted not to be so by the
user.
2. Onerous repair term after discontinuation of production
(1) Mitsubishi shall accept onerous product repairs for seven (7) years after production of the product is
discontinued. Discontinuation of production shall be notified with Mitsubishi Technical Bulletins, etc.
(2) Product supply (including repair parts) is not available after production is discontinued.
3. Overseas service
Overseas, repairs shall be accepted by Mitsubishi's local overseas FA Center. Note that the repair conditions
at each FA Center may differ.
4. Exclusion of loss in opportunity and secondary loss from warranty liability
Regardless of the gratis warranty term, Mitsubishi shall not be liable for compensation to:
(1) Damages caused by any cause found not to be the responsibility of Mitsubishi.
(2) Loss in opportunity, lost profits incurred to the user by Failures of Mitsubishi products.
(3) Special damages and secondary damages whether foreseeable or not, compensation for accidents, and
compensation for damages to products other than Mitsubishi products.
(4) Replacement by the user, maintenance of on-site equipment, start-up test run and other tasks.
5. Changes in product specifications
The specifications given in the catalogs, manuals or technical documents are subject to change without prior
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